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Abstract Color XL Canvas Art by Marcelo Monreal

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Abstract Color XL by Marcelo Monreal canvas art arrives ready to hang, with hanging accessories included and no additional framing required. Every canvas print is hand-crafted in the USA, made on-demand at iCanvas and expertly stretched around 100% North American Pine wood stretcher bars. We only use industry leading archival UltraChrome® Giclée inks to achieve the most vivid and high-definition prints possible.

Abstract Color L Art Print by Marcelo Monreal

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  • SLIM [.75″ THICK]
  • 1″

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  • Black Matte Floating Frame
    [2″ Thick]

  • White Matte Floating Frame
    [2″ Thick]

  • Mottled Gold Floating Frame
    [2″ Thick]

  • Mottled Silver Floating Frame
    [2″ Thick]

  • Distressed Black Floating Frame
    [2″ Thick]

  • Classic Dark Wood Floating Frame
    [2″ Thick]

  • Standard Champagne Floating Frame
    [2″ Thick]

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    [. 75″ WIDTH]

  • Black Matte Frame
    [1.25″ WIDTH]

  • White Matte Frame
    [1.25″ WIDTH]

  • Mottled Gold Frame
    [1.25″ WIDTH]

  • Natural Wood Frame
    [1.25″ WIDTH]

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    [1. 25″ WIDTH]

  • Luxe Black
    [1.5″ WIDTH]

  • Ornate Gold
    [2″ WIDTH]

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  • Black Matte
    1.25″ WIDTH

  • Matte Black

  • Matte White

  • Slim Black Matte
    . 75″ WIDTH

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  • Mottled Gold

  • Mottled Silver

  • White Matte
    1.25″ WIDTH

  • Mottled Gold
    1. 25″ WIDTH

  • Distressed Black

  • NEW

    Ornate Gold
    2″ WIDTH

  • Natural Wood
    1.25″ WIDTH

  • Classic Wood
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Abstract Color L by Marcelo Monreal canvas art arrives ready to hang, with hanging accessories included and no additional framing required. Every canvas print is hand-crafted in the USA, made on-demand at iCanvas and expertly stretched around 100% North American Pine wood stretcher bars. We only use industry leading archival UltraChrome® Giclée inks to achieve the most vivid and high-definition prints possible.

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Marcelo Isarrualde: SW270C Offers Very Real and Accurate Colors

Photographers work with great demand on color accuracy and the new BenQ monitor for professional photographers, the SW270C achieved the color standard that the industry requires, offering very real and accurate colors.

I have the BenQ SW2700PT monitor, and recently BenQ gave me the SW270C monitor to compare them. They have the same size, the same IPS LED technology, but a first novelty is that it has a new USB-C port. This port offers high-speed video, audio and data transmission, as well as power, with a single cable, which provides a quick and easy configuration of the workflow. It also has two HDMI 2.0 ports, a DisplayPort input and an integrated SD/MMC card reader.

It also has an integrated 16-bit 3D LUT, an improvement over the 14 of the SW2700PT monitor. The 16-bit 3D search table (LUT) and the Delta E ≤ 2 in the Adobe RGB and sRGB color spaces guarantee very smooth and silky color gradations, with a 10-bit panel showing over a billion colors for natural color transitions and subtle shading, offering a more faithful and representative view of the original image.

The SW270C monitor is specially designed for professional photographers. My usual work in the reproduction of works of art for museums, galleries and artists, requires high quality in terms of color fidelit and sharpness. It delivers bright, accurate colours and meets high colour standards by covering 99% Adobe RGB, 100% sRGB / Rec.709 and 97% DCI-P3 / Display P3, resulting, for example, in a more realistic colour representation in outdoor and nature photography.

The big difference with the SW2700PT version, which takes this monitor a step further in color technology, is that the new SW270C incorporates Uniformity and Brightness Technology. This technology delivers precise color across the entire monitor for true, consistent viewing experiences. Reached through delicate processes that use high-precision devices to meticulously adjust color and brightness in hundreds of sub-regions across the entire screen, BenQ Uniformity Technology delivers precise color across the entire screen from corner to corner. Photographers will perceive the color more uniform than ever when working with this monitor. The colour fidelity is very high and even without making a specific profile the result is very satisfactory, although it requires a later creation of the colour profile to be able to do a much more detailed job. Factory calibrated, the BenQ SW270C offers immediate colour accuracy that ensures users can enjoy the most reliable colour performance.

The calibration is done by hardware with the software Palette Master Elements, developed in conjunction with Calibrite, which use the engine to achieve a quality calibration. The hardware calibration helps adjust the monitor’s internal image processing chip, which maintains the consistency of the displayed images with the original content without being affected by the graphics card configuration.

Each unit comes with its own personalized certificate. This software allows you to adjust and calibrate each and every monitor parameter to achieve a result that fits every workflow. Being a screen of 10 bits of depth of color we can see images with gradients of great fidelity and smoothness, but we can also enjoy a great HDR if we use the HDMI port. In grayscale the range is very wide and therefore the blacks that are appreciated are very pure. This feature is accentuated if we work in black and white mode, one of the features aimed at improving the sharpness and accuracy of this monitor. Being able to easily activate this advanced mode greatly facilitates achieving optimal results with greater agility, as it allows us to preview the results with up to three monochrome presets.

Without a doubt, the most important thing for my daily work that this monitor has is the GamutDuo tool, which allows me to compare two different color spaces on the same screen. I usually deliver my photos to the client in two different color spaces, one for the web and one for printing. Having this new tool gives me a lot of peace of mind when it comes to knowing how my photographs will look in the different media where they will be used. This monitor also has the traditional options wheel of the brand, the ‘Hotkey Puck’, from where you can quickly control the color options and display of the monitor. It is really practical and original and can be placed in the base, where it has a cavity for it that is very comfortable. We can quickly change color space or adjust the most frequent values without having to navigate between menus with the five buttons found at the bottom of the frame.

This is a very complete monitor that more than satisfies the demanding technical needs of my usual work on color, which added to the ease of navigating through the different menus and the turns and rotations of the screen put it in an outstanding place of excellence. An option that effectively replaces those of its predecessor, the SW2700PT model.

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Marcelo Isarrualde is a fashion, portrait and architecture photographer from Uruguay. His work is widely seen in photography events, exhibitions and books.

Marcelo Argolo shoots Street photography strictly in Color and gives us a beautiful reason

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Marcelo Argolo hails from the famous Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.  Marcelo draws compelling street photographs from across the globe, there is enough substance for us to rejoice and remember in each and every photograph here. Be it the decisive moment or the critical humor or how about relativity concept in street genre, Marcelo shows great class in making us understand the nuances of street photography within every single frame here.

In this brief interview, Marcelo shares about his past how he quit and reopened photography itself and a lot about his ideas on photography. A very interesting character with great sense of appreciation for arts and its variables.

Tell us a little bit about yourself?

I was born in 1969, in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil. I started taking pictures with some artistic purpose in the early nineties. Since then, I have quit photography at least a couple of times. I had a new start in 2010, with digital. About a year ago, to celebrate my renewed passion, I decided to fulfill an old dream and took off on a long travel abroad, taking pictures for myself.

What first drew you to photography and how did you discover it?

At first, as a desire to be a surfing photographer in my teenage years. In that same period, though, I got hooked on photos specifically about the life style of surfing and its nomadic characteristics, especially the vintage ones, from the sixties and seventies. That kind of documentation felt more interesting to me than the actual surf photos.

For a while, then, I switched that desire for travel photography. Later on, in my twenties, while taking photo classes at the City College of San Francisco, in California, my interests turned to documentary and photojournalism. That’s when I discovered the work of Magnum photographers and others.

What does ‘street photography’ mean to you?

I use street photography as a form of documentary. I want to make images that can provide insights about people, about the world and the times we live in, but at the same time about my own feelings. Not that I always accomplish that, but it’s certainly what I aim at. I’ve been trying to pay attention at how my photos may be connected to my current emotional state. So, to me, taking photos is a means of expression that helps me look at the inside as much as the outside.

What mostly catches your eye as a street photographer?

I’m always after people, their interactions and the way they fit in and belong – or not – in the world, and possibly with some kind of emotion mixed in. I’m attracted to scenes that might contain a narrative in itself. That said, I’m leaning more and more towards creating series and elaborating projects, as opposed to the emphasis on the single image, so common to street photography.

How does Colors play into you work?

In the very beginning I shot only b&w, but I remember, back then, being blown away by Alex Webb’s work when I first saw it on American Photographer magazine. I did convert some of my digital work to b&w, at first, but soon I realized there was all this richness of tones and hues that was obviously lost on the conversion. And nowadays I don’t want to loose that.

I still like b&w, though. I tend to think of b&w as sleep walking, whereas color is actual living. It’s harder to create symbolism with color. At this point, as far as my work goes, I prefer the richness and real life vibrancy of color to the abstractions created by the b&w.

Your favorite contemporary photographers?

I always try to follow work from photojournalists and lately I’ve been fond of Maurício Limas’s assignments for the NY Times, and also series by Sim Chi Yin, Stephanie Sinclair and Sebastian Liste. Other contemporary photographers whose work I enjoy are Alec Soth, Alex Cretey Systermans, Julio Bittencourt, Ana Carolina Fernandes and many others.

I’m also in a moment of rediscovering the work of some masters, like Harry Gruyaert, Cristina García Rodero and Anders Petersen.

And of course I try to follow street photography through the internet, especially, – for obvious reasons – the members of my collective, Observe. I’m a fan of Ilya Shtutsa’s documentation of his hometown in Russia, Saint Petersburg, and the way Chris Farling captures the passing life in his New York City. I’ve been also paying attention to the guys from Selva SP, a Brazilian street photography collective based mostly on work made in São Paulo.

You have any favorite books on photography?

Robert Frank’s “The Americans” is still my favorite. I’m also a fan of “Other Americas” by Sebastião Salgado, and “Venice Beach” and “Carnaval” by Claudio Edinger. Ones that had a great impact on me when I started – and still have – are “The Man in the Crowd- The Uneasy Streets of Gary Winogrand” and Joseph Koudelka’s “Exiles”. In recent years I got “The Suffering of Light” by Alex Webb, and “Subway” by Bruce Davidson, both favorites for sure. As far as literature about Photography goes, there’s a short story by Italo Calvino called “The adventure of a Photographer” that is a must read.

Your gear?

Right now I shoot mostly with a Canon 5D Mark II. I also own a Fujifilm X100 that I like very much, even though I’m bothered by slow cameras. Shutter lag is such a hateful flaw.

Your favorite photography quote?

At the moment, these two:

  • “What I have found over time is that I am surprised at how subtly responsive Photography is to the state of mind of a photographer. There is an old arab saying, ‘the apparent is the bridge to the real’. All I have to work with as a photographer are surfaces. The surface of a thing is an indication of deeper forces.” – Stephen Shore
  • “I don’t want to make statements about Photography; I want to use Photography to make statements about people.” – James Nachtwey
  • Plus, this all time favorite, that I always return to, from Robert Frank: “There is one thing the photograph must contain, the humanity of the moment. This kind of photography is realism. But realism is not enough – there has to be vision, and the two together can make a good photograph.”
Any final thoughts for our readers?

In this crazy busy world, I can only thank the people who interrupt whatever they’re doing just to see my photos and read my words. Thank you. And thanks, 121Clicks.

You can find Marcelo Argolo on the Web :
  • Website
  • Observe Collective
  • Tumblr
  • Flickr
  • Facebook

Copyrights:
All the pictures in this post are copyrighted Marcelo Argolo. Their reproduction, even in part, is forbidden without the explicit approval of the rightful owners.

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Marcelo or Nora?

Nora tries to snatch the photo from Ricardo, but he pulls it away, she’s not going to get this piece of evidence and get rid of it. She stomps out, runs to her car, and pulls out the missing gun from her glove compartment and heads back in. Suddenly, she stops, realizing what she’s about to do, and sanity takes over. She walks back to her car and leaves.

Rebeca is waiting for Alonso to come home, and when he does, she demands to know why he never told her about Magdalena getting married today. His response is to remind her that they aren’t talking, she isn’t being cooperative about the divorce, and she doesn’t want to see Magda being happy anyway. 

Milagros is on her well worn soapbox again, this time Marcelo is the victim. Daniela is messing around with an older man, twice her age, she calls him a mequetrefe—a good for nothing, who is probably using her for her money. Same old reply is given, butt out of everyones business, you old nag. But it does get to Marcelo, he thinks he should investigate who this man is.  

We will now get a litany of wedding outfits and hairstyles of the wedding guests.

Sara, wearing a steel blue, sleeveless v-neck, unfortunately it’s poorly fitted, knee length, satin dress with her hair up in a bun, is about to leave for the wedding, trying to convince Lety into coming with her. No go. And it’s not because of Mario, she’s truly over him, we know it’s really because of Sergio.

Normita, sporting the same hairstyle as Sara, is wearing a pretty lipstick pink horizontally sequined dress with a waist length jacket, is at home waiting to be picked up by Nazario. She’s talking to that witchy new secretary of Mario’s, I don’t remember her name. I had no idea they knew each other, so they are either related or friends.

Naz arrives, and they leave.

Lalo is waiting at the gate for Tere. She walks out in the blue dress that we saw previously when she asked Lucia which one she should wear. Her hair is down straight, and she has these enormous long earrings on. As they leave, Nora pulls up to the gate, but she ignores Tere and Lalo and rushes inside. As they walk off together, we see Vinicio watching them.

Nora runs up to Rebeca’s room looking for her. She’s not there, so she starts rummaging through her drawers. She pulls out a box with pictures in it.

Outside the church, this is a nighttime wedding, Sergio greets Gloria. Her hair looks like is usually does and she’s wearing a strapless white, form fitting, dress with blue splotches on it. They greet Sara, Gloria introduces herself as Sergio’s girlfriend, which surprises Sara, but Sergio doesn’t correct her.

A nervous Mario anxiously waits for his bride to arrive. Samuel tries to calm him down.

Finally the car arrives, Alonso is driving and Lucia is in the back seat with Magdalena. Magdalena is nervous, she doesn’t see Mario anywhere. Lucia calms her down and they step out. Lucia is wearing a solid, bright green, floor length form fitting strapless dress. She is looking around of Marcelo, and doesn’t see him.

That’s because he’s ringing Daniela’s doorbell. He wants to know who the guy is, she tells him it’s none of his or anyone else’s business, and leave.

The wedding: Alonso walks Magdalena down the aisle. Slow motion happiness, vows taken and given, and Marcelo finally arrives. 

Just as they are finishing up the vows, Rebeca shows up, wearing a floor length, lacy red dress, sauntering up the aisle. Everyones eyes are on her, even the shocked bride and groom, as she walks up to the alter, takes one end of the stand of beads that Lucia is holding, and leans over to Magda congratulating her, she says she didn’t want to miss a day so important as this, and then she and a shocked Lucia drape the beads around the couple. Alonso escorts her out of the church. He threatens her not to show up at the reception. 

Ricardo brings Dani a red rose, he’s sorry for leaving her alone all day. She tells him that she spent the day thinking about them, as a couple, and she doesn’t think it will work. Before she can explain her reasons, he pleads with her to wait, to not make this decision so soon, let him show her how well he will treat her, how much he will care about her. He wants to give her what she needs. He is a sweet talker, and she buys it. They seal it with several kisses, and a romp in the bedroom. 

We meet a new character, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, a middle aged couple are dining at a restaurant, clinking wine glasses. Alfredo thinks the restaurant is divine, but she, his unnamed companion, even more. He’s interrupted by a phone call from Milagros, butting in yet again in Daniela’s life. She tells him that he needs to come to Puebla, his daughter needs him. 

Alfredo then calls Dani while his companion goes to the bathroom. He wakes her up, asks about Marcelo, she tells him they’re finished. She is still in Puebla because her cousin passed away and she’s the only relative she had, so she’s staying there until that’s all sorted out. A pacified father hangs up.  

A shaken Magdalena walks out of the church on Mario’s arm, Sara calms her down, Alonso escorted Rebeca away, she won’t come back. Marcelo explains why he was late, and even though Lucia doesn’t understand why he’s meddling in that, he cajoles her into getting over her upset. 

Rebeca comes home and sees Nora sifting though her things. Nora tells her she saw the photo she gave to Ricardo. She lets her have it. But Rebeca will not be outdone by her daughter, and tells Nora to listen up, that man is capable of anything, he will do or say anything to get out of any situation. But Nora is past falling for her lies this time. She calls her a patetica, cualquiera, AND an zorra. Rebeca comes in for the slap, but this time Nora was expecting it, and grabs her arm. Nora tells her that she doesn’t deserve any respect, and just as I was about to applaud and sort of feel sorry for Nora, Rebeca reminds Nora that she has no right to judge her, Nora did the exact same thing to Lucia. And not only that, but got pregnant by him too.  

Ricardo gets up to get something out of the fridge, Rebeca rings him. She’s only calling to tell him that she promises that she will kill him if he comes near Nora again. Dani comes in wearing only the sheet, asks who called, he tells her wrong number, then gets the whipped cream out of the refrigerator. (JK)

Rodrigo comes to his parents home to talk to Amador. Brigida is very happy to see him, and he goes up to see him. Amador tells him that he lost everything, and Rodrigo replies that he can start over again. Amador suggests they start together, but Rod shoots that down. He always admired his father growing up, now he lost the admiration and he doesn’t know how to get that back. Amador asks if he can do anything to help him, but Rodrigo wisely says that’s up to Amador. And Amador needs to do that with Brigida too. 

At the wedding reception, everyone signs a book and the couple are declared one and done. Phew! As Alonso starts a toast, a very shaken Nora arrives, and in front of everyone, she asks Alonso to promise to not leave her. Of course he promises, and leads her out. Poor Magdalena, her horrid family insists on interfering with her special day. Naz takes up the toasting, and tries to bring back some normalcy to the occasion.

As Rodrigo drives home, he sees Lety out taking a walk. He gets her in the car, and she tells him she’ll go anywhere, she doesn’t care. He takes her to a cafe, Rodrigo tries to get her to talk about what’s wrong, but she doesn’t want to. She’s just mad that Sergio went to the wedding with ‘la famosa Gloria’, and Rodrigo knows exactly what’s bothering her now. 

Alonso brings Nora home, she gets into bed, and she asks him to not leave. Rebeca comes in, and Nora tells her to leave, she doesn’t want to se her. Rebeca runs out crying.

Nora finally falls asleep, and Alonso finds Rebeca to ask her what happened between them.  She accuses Al of putting ideas in Nora’s head, but Al said that it’s more like Nora is finally finding out what kind of person Rebeca is. Rebeca said that she’s been a great mom, but Al thinks that Dr Andrede is right, that she’s the reason for Nora’s unstable mental health.  

Marcelo is walking Lucia to the door, and Lucia is still affected by seeing Nora so broken. He cheers her up by bringing up their own impending wedding, as Nora sees them from the window. They walk inside and Nora comes down the stairs holding the gun, points it at them, and tells Lucia, that she took everything from her, their father’s love, the attention of her mother, the care of others, but as far as Marcelo goes, if Nora can’t have him, no one will. And Lucia will be alone, with the guilt of his death. Marcelo positions himself between Nora and Lucia, begging her to give him the pistol. She shouts at him to not come closer. She fires the gun, but shoots high, Marcelo rushes forward and wrestles her for the gun. Why is it so hard to get it from her? She weighs like 90 pounds. Then a shot is fired. From the looks of their faces, it appears that Nora got shot, but we won’t know until Monday.

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Cathy X: Awesome!

1. ) Ricardo & Daniela’s sweaty sex escapade! Pulling out the whipped cream: Hmmmmm.

2.) Mario & the Mags FINALLY get married. However, Mini-me Nora ruins the beautiful moment of the reception as Alonso caves (UGH!).

Mags must’ve been thinking, «STOP RUINING MY DAY NORA!»

3.) Marcelo & Lucia bickering at the wedding.

4.) The Becista showing up to the wedding.

5.) The Naz is one good back-up reception guy!

6.) Who got shot ? Marcelo or Mini-me Nora ? Or could it be that nobody got shot.

Permalink posted by  Steve Boudreaux : Saturday, December 31, 2016 at 4:03:00 PM EST

 

Thanks, Cathyx! Ric didn’t know just how close he came to losing his life that afternoon. He’s lucky Nora didn’t have that gun in her purse, because she needed that two minutes it took to go back to her car, get the gun, and come back, to get control of herself.

But of course, Rebeca did a brilliant job of completely wrecking Nora emotionally later (and had the gall to act all hurt when Nora ordered her out of her bedroom). Nora looked so sad and pathetic when she came into the civil ceremony/reception begging her daddy not to leave her. I thought Al tucking her into bed and curling up with her until she fell asleep was very sweet.

Permalink posted by  Vivi in DC : Saturday, December 31, 2016 at 4:14:00 PM EST

 

Dani’s dad was using the same kind of sweet talk on his much younger companion, that Slic Ric was using on Dani. Will her womanizing daddy see the irony when he inevitably shows up and catches his baby girl with a father-figure-novio?

Permalink posted by  Vivi in DC : Saturday, December 31, 2016 at 4:17:00 PM EST

 

Vivi: Who’s Daniela’s father ?

Permalink posted by  Steve Boudreaux : Saturday, December 31, 2016 at 4:18:00 PM EST

 

Steve- Dani’s father’s name is Alfredo, and all we know about him is that he’s been a neglectful dad, he only provides Dani with money but not love/attention/affection, he’s rich, he’s always traveling, and he always has a new girlfriend. This episode was the first time we’ve ever seen him, and he’s being played by a telenovela regular, Roberto Blandon.

Permalink posted by  Vivi in DC : Saturday, December 31, 2016 at 4:24:00 PM EST

 

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Permalink posted by  Vivi in DC : Saturday, December 31, 2016 at 4:28:00 PM EST

 

Cathyx- By the way, the new crabby secretary is named Felicia (which is why Delilah can’t wait to use the phrase «Bye Felicia!»), and when she first interviewed with Mario he said she had been recommended by Normita. So far, Felicia doesn’t seem evil, just cranky and a bit of a beyotch. But I was in agreement with her when she basically told Normita to slow her roll, because Naz had only just buried his wife. She said what we’ve all be saying. Where I stopped agreeing with her was when she basically said Normita (and she herself) was too old for romance.

Permalink posted by  Vivi in DC : Saturday, December 31, 2016 at 4:29:00 PM EST

 

Thanks cathyx!!!

Now that we’ve finally seen the face of Alfredo, I’m wondering if he’ll eventually make a trip to Puebla. Milagros was pretty adamant about him making an appearance to help Daniela get her priorities in order. I’m sure if and when he does, Daniela’s fling with Ric will end.

I loved Rebeca’s grand entrance in the church. That camera work (first showing her shadow on the floor) was amazing and she looked stunning too (as did Nora in her blue dress and accessories). I’m really glad though that Alonso got Becs out of there as quick as he could. She didn’t and doesn’t care about Mags. I think that if she wanted all the attention on her then she kinda succeed. It didn’t stop the wedding but it sure made an impact.

Thst scene with Becs and Nora was really well done. Ximena R. slayed that scene when Nora calls her mom a «patética, cualquiera, and a zorra.»

As for who possibly got shot, if Nora got the upper hand then Marcelo will take the hit or possibly her aim is so «bad» that the bullet could fly past Marcelo and hit Lucia. I have a feeling Nora will be unscathed though unfortunately.

Permalink posted by  TF : Saturday, December 31, 2016 at 4:54:00 PM EST

 

TF- I also thought that scene with Rebeca and Nora was very well done. When Nora was calling Rebeca all those names, it felt to me that she was calling herself those names too, which is exactly what Rebeca pointed out. Those two have such a toxic symbiotic relationship— feeding off of each other and poisoning each other at the same time. However, Rebeca is more of a parasite draining the life out of Nora.

Permalink posted by  Vivi in DC : Saturday, December 31, 2016 at 5:24:00 PM EST

 

Maybe now Dr Andrede can get some real work done with Nora, if she’s still alive. I think she’ll finally be open to it now. Unless Marcelo is dead, then all bets are off on her sanity.

Permalink posted by  cathyx : Saturday, December 31, 2016 at 5:35:00 PM EST

 

Gracias, Cathyx. What an episode!

A devil in a blue dress and one in a red dress… what else could we have expected from a monster and her mini-me? And how could Rebeca expect to live down people talking for ages about her showing up at her sister’s wedding in a red dress? Or did she even think about this?

I don’t think we’re losing Nora yet. She’ll be around until the end. This incident should be more than enough to have her committed. It should be reported as well.

As for Rebeca’s name possibly not being on the back of that photo, there are experts who can determine whether it’s her handwriting. I’m sure it is.

More later.

Permalink posted by  Urban Anthropologist : Saturday, December 31, 2016 at 5:45:00 PM EST

 

Vivi— That’s very true. I almost didn’t expect Rebeca to throw that back in Nora’s face when I should have but, like you said, Rebeca is right as well. Rebeca relishes the fact that Nora is exactly like her no matter how much Nora tries to stand up to her. Unfortunately Nora can’t defend herself against her mom. I don’t know if Nora will be able to escape her mother quite yet but we’ll see.

Permalink posted by  TF : Saturday, December 31, 2016 at 5:59:00 PM EST

 

That was one crazy episode! What a cliffhanger! Thank you cathyx!!!

Poor Magdalena but I am very relieved that Mario and she were able to complete the I Dos successfully. She looked beautiful.

I agree Ximena R is killing it as Nora. Well done! Did she get awards back in 2014 for this?

Permalink posted by  dy77 : Saturday, December 31, 2016 at 6:22:00 PM EST

 

dy77- El Color de la Pasion was nominated for a whopping 13 awards (none for Ximena Rojo) in its year, and won NONE. Here’s what it was up against:

Yo no creo en los hombres: Nominated: 14, Won: 7
Lo que la vida me robó: Nominated: 13, Won: 5
Mi corazón es tuyo: Nominated: 11, Won: 4
Qué pobres tan ricos: Nominated: 10, Won: 2
El color de la pasión: Nominated, 13, Won: 0
La malquerida: Nominated: 5, Won: 0
La gata: Nominated: 4, Won: 0
Quiero amarte: Nominated: 3, Won: 0
Por siempre mi amor: Nominated: 1, Won: 0

As you can see, it was a year of tough competition. I think Yo No Creo was worthy of both its nominations and wins. But if you put Color up against Lo Que la Vida Me Robo, Mi Corazon es Tuyo, and Que Pobres, none of those should have gotten more awards than Color. And I personally also put La Malquerida ahead of those three as well.

Permalink posted by  Vivi in DC : Saturday, December 31, 2016 at 6:35:00 PM EST

 

Ximena Romo is HOT!

Permalink posted by  Steve Boudreaux : Saturday, December 31, 2016 at 7:20:00 PM EST

 

I watched Yo No Creo, Mi Corazon, and Que Pobres. Mi Corazon es Tuyo is not worthy of any awards. Yo No Creo is worth all they got and more, and Que Pobres was the best telenovela comedy i ever saw. El color should probably have one a couple awards, it’s not too bad, and compared to Mi Corazon, it’s a million times better than that one.

Permalink posted by  cathyx : Saturday, December 31, 2016 at 8:18:00 PM EST

 

Loved seeing Nora’s first bullet shatter a vase. Not sure why Lucia didn’t join in the struggle for the gun. If she and Marcelo worked together they might have prevented that possibly fatal shot. Suspense until Monday!

Permalink posted by  La Paloma : Saturday, December 31, 2016 at 11:59:00 PM EST

 

Thank you so much, Cathy! Action packed Friday episode in more ways than one.

I loved that Magdalena finally got part of her happy ending…she deserved it after all those years.

Rebeca’s entrance was so good, technical-wise as everyone as stated. If she was the protagonist, that entrance would have been a bomb icing on the cake.

Lalo thanking Marcelo for the tie mid-wedding was hilarious but I’m scared that Vinicio keeps rounding them. He gives me the child the way he smiles to himself after all he’s done.

The Nora-Rebeca scene was definitely the highlight. Everything was firing on all cylinders…the acting, direction, dialogue. I loved that Nora was towering over Rebeca and Rebeca physically and emotionally knocked her down a peg. Sorry Nora, you did the exact same thing and made it worse by getting pregnant and then trying to blame a car accent abortion on your sister. You can’t be high and mighty about this…

The Amador-Rodrigo scene was especially touching. We know the true Amador but Rodrigo and Brigida didn’t or didn’t want to know, it’s so hard to get back that perfect imagine when it’s completely shattered and even though Rodrigo hopes they may repair it, I think Amador could only get worse from here.

Ayyy Nora and plot gun…if they don’t lock her away for a while I don’t know what to say about these people. Well…if she didn’t get hit herself which would be ironic as hell. When she fired the warning shot at the vase, she looked so scared right after…like damn, do I want to do this?? Too late Marcelo is coming at me!

Daniela and Ricardo look so good together to me…I don’t know, I think they have great chemistry despite Ricardo’s sliminess.

I don’t know how anyone else feels but Milagros and Marcelo meddling so much in Daniela’s love life is so awkward.

Permalink posted by  Unknown : Sunday, January 1, 2017 at 12:18:00 AM EST

 

A very happy new year to you all! It’s such a joy to be part of this quirky little online community. I wish you all the best in 2017!

Permalink posted by  Vivi in DC : Sunday, January 1, 2017 at 8:13:00 AM EST

 

Alfredo- Yes, it’s weird that Mili and Marcelo are butting into Dani’s love life. I think Marcelo felt that immediately, but he is worried since he still cares about her. But Mili is a shameless metiche and doesn’t care how odd it seems. And, she also happens to be right about Ric. I don’t think her being right comes from any type of wisdom or instinct. I think she’d find a reason to hate whatever man Dani dated who wasn’t Marcelo. But, even a broken clock is right twice a day.

Permalink posted by  Vivi in DC : Sunday, January 1, 2017 at 8:17:00 AM EST

 

This explains why I still have Lalo & the Naz in danger!

Permalink posted by  Steve Boudreaux : Sunday, January 1, 2017 at 8:52:00 AM EST

 

Milagros needs a job or a hobby; she has too much time on her hands. Marcelo has read her the riot act and now Daniela has but she doesn’t stop. She is ultimately the one responsible for Federico having been so weak.

Marcelo does need to back off. Ricardo will be Daniela’s punishment for being in cohoots with Milagros.

The more interaction I see of Rebeca and Nora the more I think they will end up killing each other.

Permalink posted by  Urban Anthropologist : Sunday, January 1, 2017 at 8:57:00 AM EST

 

Phew. ..Great recap Cathyx!

I just let out a collected sigh that Mags and Mario actually got through the wedding, drama and all. But od course Becs has to be front and center at all family doings and how wonderful that as she prances in thinking she won the day, by the end of the day she’s lost her daughter’s love, Al is done with her and she’s facing her demons and trying to figure out a way to salvage her riches. Loved the look on her face when a broken Nora told her to leave as she hung on to Alonso.

The acting was really off the charts in the episode, only the bothersome Marc and Dani scene was soooo unnecessary. I have a feeling they keep having him meddle because at some point he will need to pick up the pieces of that girl. The Amador/Rod scene was touching…another parent has lost the respect of a child. He might have Rod’s love, but the child doesn’t need or want him in his life anymore. Wonder if Amador and Becs will team up again to take their respective revenges on Marcelo.

So playboy dad is revealed. I’m taking bets at the patio table that Alfredo is a former boyfriend of Becs. The hint he is a womanizer that goes through women, and we know how Becs did the same with men…well one plus one = plot device.

Happy New Year everyone!!

Permalink posted by  daisynjay : Sunday, January 1, 2017 at 10:10:00 AM EST

 

Thanks Vivi — I agree, YNC was definitely deserving. Mi Corazon was cute and sweet but I don’t know about award-winning. I enjoyed La Malquerida the most of those although enjoyed might not be the right word.

Happy New Year to all!

Permalink posted by  dy77 : Sunday, January 1, 2017 at 3:19:00 PM EST

 

If MCET won acting awards I’m sure it was for a few of the kids. They were all good; the little girl was a scene-stealer and the twins were adorable despite the many things they did that would merit discipline in the real world. The casting was perfect.

Alfredo could be a former friend-with-benefits of Rebeca’s. I’d love for there to have been something really ugly to have caused the breakup.

As for Rebeca’s money, she has her own that she inherited when her parents died. She didn’t have to marry money except to protect her own. What she stands to lose is face.

Permalink posted by  Urban Anthropologist : Sunday, January 1, 2017 at 8:18:00 PM EST

 

I’m guessing that Alfredo and Rebeca don’t know each other. This doesn’t seem like that kind of TN.

Permalink posted by  cathyx : Sunday, January 1, 2017 at 8:33:00 PM EST

 

My tv listings are showing a sports awards show on tonight on Univision and none of the nightly telenovelas. Are other parts of the country showing the same?

Permalink posted by  Vivi in DC : Monday, January 2, 2017 at 11:35:00 AM EST

 

Uni’s own site lists tonight’s programs, as does TV Guide’s website for my time zone.

Permalink posted by  Urban Anthropologist : Monday, January 2, 2017 at 11:59:00 AM EST

 

Thanks, Cathyx. Great job.

Tiny Nora had super strength struggling with Marcelo over the gun.

Being ignored is far worse to Rebeca than being the scandalous woman in red. I was actually okay with her doing Magdalena’s beads uninvited. But I really felt bad for Magdalena when Nora interrupted Alonso’s toast and Naz had to sub. Now that was awkward.

Permalink posted by  Niecie in MD : Monday, January 2, 2017 at 5:05:00 PM EST

 

Both situations were ugly. Magdalena knows that Rebeca seduced Ricardo to break them up so she would never have been okay with this. That she said nothing in the moment doesn’t make it acceptable. She and Mario should be far away from Rebeca just as Lucia and Marcelo need to be.

However, this should end with Magdalena and Lucia dancing on Rebeca’s grave.

Permalink posted by  Urban Anthropologist : Monday, January 2, 2017 at 8:53:00 PM EST

 

Thank Cathyx, and happy new year.

Malagros is a nosy old biddy who is hurt for
Loosing her son, but she needs to take up knitting get a cat…….no she’d kill the cat, get a dog. And mind her on business. Not. She
Gotta make this year as miserable as she did
Last year.
Rebecca just had to go to that wedding and
Show her skanky butt. Ruining her wedding
Day again. And then here comes her scene
Stealin spawn. Now everytime they have a
Wedding aniversary, they’ll have that to think
About too. Thanks b…..witches.

Permalink posted by  ♡Nina : Tuesday, January 3, 2017 at 12:31:00 PM EST

 

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    The inner world of people in the art photography of Marcelo Monreal

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    The work of collagist Marcelo Monreal, who lives in Santa Catarina, Brazil, is becoming increasingly popular thanks to his unusual look at spiritual beauty. His latest work is a digital autopsy of otherwise emotionless celebrities, supermodels and other pop culture figures. To showcase the beautiful flowers underneath.

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    Please tell us about yourself. How did you get started as an artist? What is your past?

    I can’t say exactly when I became an artist. I think it was a process that went on for a long time. I didn’t go to university to study art, but that’s something that has always interested me. So I studied topics that interested me. It was like I hacked into my curriculum and whenever I felt there was something I needed to know or wanted to know, I searched for that information.

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    Could you briefly describe the process of creating your work and its evolution?

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    I start by looking for points where I can cut out the photo. Over time, I realized that each face is unique and that, combined with the angle of the photo, cutouts can be good or bad. At the beginning of the project, I spent several hours until I understood the lines of the faces and where the cutouts should be.

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    Today, 4 years later, it’s something more natural to me, and I often have to restrain myself not to make too many cutouts so as not to disfigure the person’s face in the photo. Currently, I work exclusively with collaborations. I think it’s very important that the person in the photo remains himself, even with these clippings.

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    Generally, how long does it take you to finish one of your collages?

    It largely depends on my state of mind. I believe that I need to feel good in order to do something good. But usually it takes me two days.

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    Have your collages evolved since the first one?

    Yes. The evolution is obvious. My early work was insecure and timid. Today I feel much more confident.

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    In your collages, you mostly use natural elements, such as flowers. You create an atmosphere of extraordinary beauty by adding these beautiful elements to your main subjects. Why flowers?

    To answer this question, I need to go back in time.

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    This project was born when my mother died. When this happened and I went to her funeral, I went to visit the house where we lived in São Paulo and noticed that the garden that my mother looked after no longer exists. I remembered that when I was a child, my brothers and I always played in this garden while my mother looked after it. Then I remembered what a difficult child I was and that my mother told me: «Son, don’t run so fast.» And when I remembered those words, I also remembered that I once asked her after she told me not to run: “Mom, what are people made of?” «From flowers, son!» and she carefully placed the flower behind my ear.

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    When I returned to my hometown, this memory was in my head, and I began to experiment with how to express this memory. This is how this project was born. I really miss my mother, her smile, her outlook on the world. And whenever I’m going to do this job, I remember it and I confess that sometimes it hurts.

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    In a previous interview, you said that “people don’t often show who they really are. Instead, they hide part of their real selves. Is that the message you want to convey with your work?

    Yes, that’s it! I think that’s what my mother wanted to convey to me when she said that people are made of flowers. She always told me that people are good, even when they don’t seem like it, and that when they are bad, it’s because they’re afraid of being hurt at first. This is something like a shield, armor. That’s why in my work I «open people», leaving them vulnerable and showing that they have beauty and courage.

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    We admire the level of detail in your work. Which collage has been your most successful? Why?

    My favorite collage is @nellie_blue. I felt very comfortable while working on this collage. Because Nelly made me feel very comfortable and I think it shows in the eyes of the viewer. In this work, I did not restrain myself and let everything flow more naturally and calmly.

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    What has brought you the most satisfaction in your career?

    Since I started making digital collages, I have met many interesting people and this enriches my work. But what motivates me to continue is meeting many people who are inspired by my work and follow its development. The collage showed me a world I didn’t know and I hope to keep discovering it for myself.

    Photo: Marcelo Monreal

    What do you hope to do with your collage in the future? Do you have any interesting project that you would like to share with us?

    I still don’t know where this will lead me. I just want to keep doing it as long as I like it.

    Photo: Marcelo Monreal

    What’s next for Marcelo Monreal?

    I think about it a lot, but it seems to me that everything happens at the right time. I like to experiment, but I don’t want it to be a commitment. I want it to be easy and fun. So I experiment until I find something that motivates me.

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    Adobe Photoshop CS5 — “MARCELO MONREAL effect? l Portrait with flowers l Idea for spring photos l Sequence + photo? »

    Hello!

    For a long time I wanted to try to process photos in the style of Marcelo Monrea, but did not know how.

    Honestly, I just didn’t really want to, but when I once again came across a photo of a portrait with flowers, I became interested.

    I found a lot of video tutorials on this topic on the Internet. Therefore, here I will show only the main steps and show what I did)

    Who is Marcelo Monrea?

    Marcelo Monrea is a Brazilian artist.

    Why did he have such an unusual idea to show our «inside» in the form of flowers?

    The idea for Faces [UN] Bonded came from a very important memory for Marcelo: an understanding passed down from his late mother.

    As he explains in this interview with Detton, when his mother was dying, they were gardening together, and she told him, «We are made of flowers.»

    Marcelo now continues this understanding of human vulnerability and beauty by filling photographs with flower arrangements.

    At first I didn’t think to give any meaning to this effect, but it’s very cool that it has such an unusual and interesting story. Now, looking at it, I want to think that everything inside really blooms and smells)

    Let’s move on to the process.

    The first thing I did was to choose a better photo for such processing.

    • It is best to take a photo where the face is shown close-up and where nothing obscures it.

    Adobe Photoshop CS5

    • On the face I define the place where I will separate, in Ps I create an area using the PEN tool

    Adobe Photoshop CS5

    If the area is uneven, press [CTRL Z] to cancel one line.

    If you don’t want to fix it right away, you can finish the area and at the end fix all the bumps with the tool in the same tab, but I don’t choose PEN, but ANGLE.

    • Next, I right-click and select CREATE SELECTED AREA.

    A dotted line starts to move along the area outline.

    I cut it [CTRL X] and paste it [CTRL SHIFT V] on a new layer.

    • I shift to the side and do the same operation with a small area.

    Adobe Photoshop CS5

    • A grid has appeared in the background. It needs to be painted over. At the very beginning I create a layer. And I fill the background with a dark purple color.

    Adobe Photoshop CS5


    I turn to the processing of parts.

    • I right-click on the layer where there is a large, cut out area. And go to the LAYER STYLE tab. Next, I select the inner glow and adjust the brightness.

    Adobe Photoshop CS5

    Copy and paste the Inner Glow settings into the small cut out area.

    • And go to the layer with the main photo and make a duplicate.

    On the duplicated layer (the one above) Right click LAYER STYLE..

    Go to the EMBOSS parameter and adjust the depth, angle, size and color.

    Adobe Photoshop CS5

    • I do the same with a large cropped area. But I don’t need embossing on the outside, and I add a MASK to this layer, first rasterizing the layer, and erasing unnecessary details with a BRUSH.

    Now I’m starting to fill the space with flowers.

    • First, I fill the inside and only then proceed to the outer filling.

    Adobe Photoshop CS5

    What was it for?

    • You need to create depth, and only when the space inside is filled, you can adjust the shadows.

    And also manually add darkness using the BRUSH tool.

    VERY IMPORTANT: ALWAYS LOOK WHETHER YOU WORK ON THE LAYER.

    Adobe Photoshop CS5

    I darkened a little, but it’s not terrible, so I’m moving on.

    • I choose flowers of more or less good quality, some objects lose much quality when resized.

    Adobe Photoshop CS5

    I tried not to cover my face much, and while working with the photo, I constantly wanted to correct something. The interesting thing is that the work can be continued indefinitely. There are no specific rules for composing a composition. The main thing is that everything looks harmonious and the colors are combined.

    Effect MARCELO MONREAL

    At the end of the work, I decided to repeat everything again. The second time it turned out faster, the main thing is that I fixed this material for myself.

    Effect MARCELO MONREAL

    Sometimes, I really want to sit and learn new techniques, but it seems boring for me to sit and understand the process.

    I don’t know much about Photoshop, but I was able to easily create such an effect using video tutorials.

    Thank you for your attention, see you soon!

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