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sinnerjohn's cabinet of curiosities

sinnerjohn

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Have I told you I love the Pre-Raphaelites? Maybe, well on my frequent visits to Birmingham I nearly always find time to call into BMAG where there are numerous PR's, this being one of them and one of my faves, which I photograph endlessly !

'The Last of England' by Ford Madox Brown was painted in 1855 and depicts a couple leaving England to start a new life in Australia. Don't you just love how the woman is clutching her babies tiny hand.
The only reason I'm showing you is that Google Photos asked me if I wanted to blur the background like it was a portrait, which I did and although not perfect I liked the effect.

I wouldn't normally share a photo of a painting as I don't think its original. But like I say, I liked how it came out.
 

JillyG

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Have I told you I love the Pre-Raphaelites? Maybe, well on my frequent visits to Birmingham I nearly always find time to call into BMAG where there are numerous PR's, this being one of them and one of my faves, which I photograph endlessly !

'The Last of England' by Ford Madox Brown was painted in 1855 and depicts a couple leaving England to start a new life in Australia. Don't you just love how the woman is clutching her babies tiny hand.
The only reason I'm showing you is that Google Photos asked me if I wanted to blur the background like it was a portrait, which I did and although not perfect I liked the effect.

I wouldn't normally share a photo of a painting as I don't think its original. But like I say, I liked how it came out.
Yes, that effect gives it depth. Love those faces.
 

RoseCat

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Have I told you I love the Pre-Raphaelites? Maybe, well on my frequent visits to Birmingham I nearly always find time to call into BMAG where there are numerous PR's, this being one of them and one of my faves, which I photograph endlessly !

'The Last of England' by Ford Madox Brown was painted in 1855 and depicts a couple leaving England to start a new life in Australia. Don't you just love how the woman is clutching her babies tiny hand.
The only reason I'm showing you is that Google Photos asked me if I wanted to blur the background like it was a portrait, which I did and although not perfect I liked the effect.

I wouldn't normally share a photo of a painting as I don't think its original. But like I say, I liked how it came out.
It’s an amazing painting... the faces are so intense. I’m always awed by the detail in these. :notworthy: I love the blur... it makes it look almost like a photograph.
 

RoseCat

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rizole

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Have I told you I love the Pre-Raphaelites? Maybe, well on my frequent visits to Birmingham I nearly always find time to call into BMAG where there are numerous PR's, this being one of them and one of my faves, which I photograph endlessly !

'The Last of England' by Ford Madox Brown was painted in 1855 and depicts a couple leaving England to start a new life in Australia. Don't you just love how the woman is clutching her babies tiny hand.
The only reason I'm showing you is that Google Photos asked me if I wanted to blur the background like it was a portrait, which I did and although not perfect I liked the effect.

I wouldn't normally share a photo of a painting as I don't think its original. But like I say, I liked how it came out.
That's James McAvoy.
 
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