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Lyon after Brueghel by djailledie Lyon after Brueghel by djailledie
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:iconmarkotxe:
Markotxe Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
on pense aux patineurs ...
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djailledie Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Oui. C'est marrant, aujourd'hui encore, a Amsterdam: [link]
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Markotxe Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
je viens de regarder : incroyable, ça
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bymano Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2011
to me this is a possible up to date of Brueghel image [as I remember his paintings... with many small people, white winters, church and buildings - [link] ]

... another possible video example that remind the atmosphere of Brueghel paintings - [link]

:)
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djailledie Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Haha! A mix of Brueghel and Giacomelli! You are full of ressources for videos!
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bymano Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2011
:D

video is one of my passion for such a long time - why I still stay in 2D?!? I should extend learning...
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:icondjailledie:
djailledie Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
That scares me. When I know the time needed to make one image, I can't imagine making 24 per second!
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bymano Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2011
yeee this scares me too :D. It's not human, isn't it? Such people are superHeros ;).
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:icondjailledie:
djailledie Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Exactly my feel.
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Evilien Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2011
I really feel the same vibe as in Brueghel, well done! :clap:
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djailledie Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks a lot, I appreciate your words.
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CrinaPrida Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2011  Professional Photographer
:#1:
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:icondjailledie:
djailledie Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks, Crina. It is an image that I like, I was a bit disappointed that it didn't get any attention.
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CrinaPrida Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2011  Professional Photographer
it's how things work many times... In this particular case, the reason could be that the image is not striking as a thumbnail - so one has to actually LOOK at it in full size...

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djailledie Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Yes, too many images in the watch make that I guess that some don't open it...
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hokeywolfe Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2011
Reminds me of the Talking Heads song "Burning Down the House"! You into pyromania now? Talk about being able to write hot smoking code. What application was this?

Great shot! Keep up the good work. Keep posting it here on dA. And I'll keep teasing you! :D

:flowerpot: :tp: :flowerpot:
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djailledie Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Yep, we all wrote smokey code sometimes! In this particular instance, that was a car burning. Quite nice fireworks :D Yes, please continue teasing me, John, that's a pleasure.
:sunnysideup:
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bridge-villian Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2011
Nice - and I learned something, too :-)
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djailledie Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks, Paul.
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partiallyHere Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2011
on dirait vraiment une "scène"
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djailledie Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Ce premier jour "printanier" avait mis tout le monde dehors, et l'incendie attirait les regards.
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comteskyee Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
les taches rouges, les reflets de l'eau,la perspective et la multitude de personnages font que ...c'est bien un Brueghel =)
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djailledie Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Merci, Jean! Tu crois que je vais pouvoir le vendre? :D
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mamyZ Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2011
Superbe, ta photo. Presque autant de personnages que dans les tableaux de Brueghel. Beaucoup de vêtements foncés. La comparaison est très juste. La fumée amène aussi une touche ancienne.
Et le Rhône est magnifique.
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djailledie Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Merci, mamyZ. La secheresse de ce mois de janvier a rendu le Rhone bien calme.
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Milanogreg Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2011
Interesting shot JD.
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djailledie Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks, Greg!
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Piarvi-Recherreen Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2011
ha oui, bien vu :nod:
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djailledie Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Merci, PH.
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EyeDance Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2011
An unexpected, but very fitting title. If I squint my eyes a bit to reduce the more modern details in this shot, then it has really a Brueghel-like quality.

I believe you had Pieter Brueghel the elder in mind when naming this one. Should I be mistaken, then I really would like to know which of the rather numerous Brueghels you relate to here. On the surface, they seem all to be pretty similar in their works; so, the finer points are open only the aficionado. Which I'm not, so my opinions on the subject are rather superficial. :-)
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djailledie Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you, Bruno. I must confess that I had Pieter Brueghel the Younger in mind. In my recollection, the son was the one who painted these scenes with numerous people in the front and scenery in the back. But then after your remark, I looked up on the internet and at first in comforted me to see that the Younger had done some of the paintings that I had in mind, but then quickly realized that the Elder had also done similar paintings, and in fact, some of the scenes have been painted by both the Elder and the Younger with the exact same point of view - unless internet is full of errors.
Not that my knowledge on dutch painting is deep in anyway, I remember puzzles and chocolate boxes lids :D
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EyeDance Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2011
I'm no expert either; to be sure, I have to look up things on the internet too. It's just that I studied a lot of books depicting painters works when I was about the age of ten to twelve. Only bits and pieces I can recollect now; far too little to make educated remarks when it comes to the art of painting. Funny that I lost interest quite suddenly at some point. But the works coming out of the Brueghel clan kind of stuck with me, as they did with you. They must have done something right. :-)

As seems to be always the case, my tastes are eclectic as well when it comes to painters and their works. I kept a soft spot for the likes of William Turner, Lionel Feininger, David Caspar Friedrich, Hieronymus Bosch, even some of the works of Albrecht Dürer I find very interesting, despite usually showing battle scenes. But the incredible, tiny details that can be found in his paintings impressed me a lot.

Since you mentioned Brueghel, I really feel I should allow me some time to get re-aquainted with all these awesome artists. Sadly, I don't have the books I mentioned anymore. Well, some bank loan should correct that. :D
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djailledie Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Brueghel, Le Caravage, Bosch are painters who impressed me, in a way, they were surrealist centuries before the ones that became the real surrealists. Now that I think of it, that was my uncle's passion, so he had a lot of books that I got to see when I was young. I didn't know Feininger, niether David Caspar Friedrich but this latest looks very interesting. I'll try to borrow a book to my library, as I keep my money for photobooks.
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EyeDance Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2011
The library is actually a splendid idea. And I wonder why I never think of it. As a kid, I made extensive use of their offerings. I hated to have to hand back books that I liked, though. Believe it or not, but even now, I happen to remember some of these books and buy them immediately now if I can find them. It must be some kind of compulsive book-buying syndrome, one I never learnt to overcome.

Le Caravage is a painter I wasn't aware of, and the very first picture I found on the internet was "Judith décapitant Holopherne". Exceptionally well done, this one, but rather gruesome. :-)

Give William Turner a chance at the library too; unless you already decided that his works are crap. :-)
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djailledie Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
The book-buying compulsive syndrom is not something that surprises me, when I look at my boo shelves :D
Indeed, that painting is a bit harsh indeed.
I'll take another look at Turner's paintings for sure.
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rdalpes Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2011
ça leferait ^lus en paysage, non ?
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djailledie Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Ouep, j'ai change. Mais bon, au fond, ce qui m'interesse, ce sont les gens du premier plan, le fond n'est que ce qui leur fait tourner la tete.
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rdalpes Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2011
:D belle image :)
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djailledie Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Merci!
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myoung4828 Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2011
interesting near/far concept
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djailledie Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks, Mark. With a 10mm, even the near tends to quickly be far.
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