Deconstructing Art

Sometimes, when photographing artwork, especially large pieces, I feel compelled to “deconstruct” them in order to better convey the richness of the work.The fountain “Power of the Sea,” by Austrian sculptor Rudolf Weyr, at Michaelerplatz next to the Hofburg Palace in Vienna, is one of them.DetailFountain-Web-DSC_6310DetailTwoFountail-Web-DSC_6308 DetailThreeFountain-Web-DSC_6308FountainWhole-Web-DSC_6308_edited-1FountainContext-Web-DSC_6310

4 thoughts on “Deconstructing Art

  1. Agree with your thoughts on large art pieces angela.
    So much detail to admire…and capture.

    Its easy to shoot thru 50 shots without even getting into abstracts and lightplay.

    Love the expression in the 2nd one…
    Nice shots.

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