Humble Contributions to the Peoples' History

As a photographer, this is one of my favorite ways to capture a moment in art. I’ll take a selfie by reflecting in a minor in a museum and voilà, I’m part of a famous exhibit.  Or I’ll put myself or a friend in a painting or sculpture. Sure, this is just bit of whimsy, but when I try these experiments, they always make me laugh.

Recently, I visited Rockefeller Center and, having some extra time, looked around the stores in the Rockefeller building. Murals hung on the wall, including this one of NBC television celebrities. I posed in front of the mural. I then put a sepia overlay onto the photograph.

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I take the initiative to add a third-party to Charles Wilson Peale’s Staircase Group painting.

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In this train station mural in Philadelphia, one might wonder who are the real people.

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Life imitating art or art imitating life? The fellow at the crate dolly is wearing a red shirt and blue pants like the fellow in the mural.  What are the chances?

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Finding an excuse to take a selfie in the reflection of a Christmas ball.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Life Imitates Art

 

Comments on: "Photo Challenge: Life Imitates Art" (15)

  1. General John said:

    Pretty cool, you will have to show me how to do that sometime.  Looks like fun.   John

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  2. You fit right in Staircase Group!

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  3. […] Psalmboxkey’s Blog Photo Challenge: Life Imitates Art […]

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  4. Nice take on this challenge, Kae. 🙂

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  5. What a cool take on the challenge!

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  6. That’s what I call thinking out of the box! Great.

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  7. Love that last one! So creative.

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  8. LOL, you DO get around, don’t you?! Very creative and entertaining. Love the red and blue coincidence 🙂

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