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6th January 2014
we are chained here to the ground
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now a forest fenced becomes backyards, like songs are born from sound, and an apple fell and it taught us all we are chained here to the ground
this is cristo de las basuras, a sculpture by salvador dali which lies in his backyard in port lligat in northern spain. as with the previous image i posted from dali's abode, i went rather overboard on the post processing. i felt that the original looked a little flat so i went for a tilt-shifted end of days style - which is something i just made up. again, like the other dali image, i've included a video version of the different stages of creation. at some point i think i'd like to figure out how to record my computer screen whilst i'm processing a photo so i can make a true video from original image to final result. i'll add that to my to-do list for 2014.

here's the video version
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06/01/2014
we are chained here to the ground
this is cristo de las basuras, a sculpture by salvador dali which lies in his backyard in port lligat in northern spain. as with the previous image i posted from dali's abode, i went rather overboard on the post processing. i felt that the original looked a little flat so i went for a tilt-shifted end of days style - which is something i just made up. again, like the other dali image, i've included a video version of the different stages of creation. at some point i think i'd like to figure out how to record my computer screen whilst i'm processing a photo so i can make a true video from original image to final result. i'll add that to my to-do list for 2014.

here's the video version