Chris O'Dell Photographs
worked on a television series for TVS called the History of Western
Art. It was an excellent series, made in the days when commercial
tlevision companies had to make educational and arts programmes under
the strict rules of their contracts. We filmed all over Europe
and spent some time in Rome. These are the remnants of a huge
statue of the Emperor Constantine in the courtyard of the Capitoline
Museum in Rome. Who wouldn't want to photograph such a seemingly
accidental arrangement of artifacts? It looks as though someone
has said "Oh just leave them over there where they won't be in the
way." In this case the light was just right, a diffused overhead
illumination with no hard shadows.
Camera: Bronica ETRS, lens Zenzagon 50mm f/2.8, film stock Ektachrome.
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