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mrswoolybill Plus
14 2.9k 2457 United Kingdom
22 Sep 2018 7:22AM

Quote:And I've always loved taking pictures of photographers taking pictures...

It's somehow addictive, isn't it... Wink
Robert51 12 7 124 United Kingdom
22 Sep 2018 8:04AM
I think it's because they are in a world of their own, and never notice you taking the picture.

This allows you capture them just as they are...
22 Sep 2018 8:20AM
Antony Gormley has no right to complain when the public interacts with his public art
Tiffany Jenkins, The Spectator
Irishkate Plus
11 45 121 United Kingdom
22 Sep 2018 11:32AM
So lifelike from that distance - I can feel his concentration.
22 Sep 2018 12:07PM
Could be one of the statues. This is what Gormley wanted. I wrote a thesis on 'Another Place' and apparently the artist wanted public participation in his artwork. Maybe the public have reacted more than Gormley anticipated judging by the article in 'The Spectator'.
Anyway, its a good photo!
22 Sep 2018 12:14PM
I like the space between tog and subject John, it gives room for a good composition like this.


P.S. I wont interfere with your art work by doing a mod Wink
JuBarney Plus
10 34 5 United Kingdom
22 Sep 2018 12:33PM
Terrific composition
Nikonuser1 Plus
9 168 16 United Kingdom
22 Sep 2018 12:34PM
A great captureSmileSmile

saltireblue Plus
11 12.2k 76 Norway
22 Sep 2018 6:07PM
Stalking the stalker...

dimalexa 4 5 Greece
23 Sep 2018 2:02AM
Amazing composition, a great photo, John!
mistere Plus
8 7 4 England
23 Sep 2018 9:34AM
Very nice John, I share your enjoyment of photographing photographers.
It's a strangely satisfying pastime. Especially when they are really getting serious.
I noticed a few rather good ones in your dropbox folder SmileSmile which i forgot to thank you for.

23 Sep 2018 6:11PM
One of the most satisfying exhibitions I ever saw was of Gormley's work, at the Baltic Gallery in Gateshead some years ago, but I have mixed feelings about the way he likes shoving copies of himself ( apparently he always uses his own body to make the moulds ) all over the place. For me, sometimes it works, but other times I feel it's an intrusion on the landscape. Personal opinion.

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