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photodigital sepia of discovered art resembling a blockade scene from the idealistic French Revolution E M J

Photodigital Camera Motion Image Capture pulling light stretching light of Discovered Art Image within an Image resembling an idealistic scene of blockade from the French Revolution.  A person with a bun hair style seems to be on top of a mass of items. Wood, banners…There’s foreground.  There’s background.  For a moment there seemed to resemble castle walls

These were strokes of acrylic, yet this image was not apparent to me in the acrylic color.  Using the sepia setting in the camera on blue, red, yellow acrylic lets me visually focus on the strokes-lines and thickness-shadows.  It looked like some type of art style; with architecture.  Perhaps a face somewhere.  Having started at Image within an Image, I went to this whole piece looks significant-but I don’t understand its definition.  And now I have these too–it looks like non-Impressionist art.-Ernie Moore Jr.

Before Camera Motion Image Capture I was trying for, what I had referred to as time-delay photography.  Then I started drawing with light–the street lamps in the distance and traffic lights I could see from my front porch.  Moving the camera lens by moving the camera-is like the light source becomes as an inked pen on the medium, then moving the medium.  Later, came a realization that whatever is visible is a light source–secondary, tertiary-reflecting versus radiating.-Ernie Moore Jr.

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