Dublin's Last Supper  

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Uploaded: 12/03/10 1:38 AM GMT
Dublin's Last Supper
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I took this in Dublin, Ireland on the 2nd May this year, 2010 (Canon Powershot A650IS, F/4, 1/250sec, ISO100, 35mm). It was taken in a rush during a grey rainy day and originally at a 45deg side on perspective, to actually get the entire picture in one frame. Corrected view in PSPx3 and added saturation and contrast to the image. Please check this link for the details of the artist John Byrne. "In 2004 Byrne produced a large public artwork Dublin's Last Supper. It was a nine metre by two metre photo work on steel panels (screen-printed onto vitreous enamel) featuring 13 people encountered on the streets of Dublin in the form of an interpretation of Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece. The work was meant to be reflective of a changing society and the growing cultural mix in Dublin"


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12/03/10 3:17 PM GMT
Thank you for sharing this photography it is great.The detail and focus combined with the colour is second to none.Plus i love how you have the black background to this shot as well. This is so interesting i am going to fav so i can look deeper into this shot as it is so interesting.Well done to a great photography.
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12/03/10 7:07 PM GMT
Definitely an interesting piece of artwork. Not sure the meaning comes clear to me, but nevertheless, I really like the way you have presented it, especially if it is that large.
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12/05/10 3:47 PM GMT
Nice shot here, you presented it well. Colors are very good.

One thing, I always wondered who that lady is setting by Jesus? jk, Very nice.
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