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One of the neat things about Gehry buildings is that they lend themselves to extreme manipulation using the most fundamental photography tools: filters, black and white, color manipulation, highlights and shadows. This was taken with the Singh-Ray Gold’N’Blue polarizer, set to blue, then a bunch of basic color and tone manipulations, all in Aperture with […]

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It used to be called Beekman Tower, now it’s just “New York By Gehry.” It’s still brand new but they changed the name. No official word on why, but my guess is people are figuring out that Gehry has become a brand. It’s beautifully photogenic, and if you come back here you’ll be seeing lots more photos […]

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  This is sideways, I think.  When Aperture imports photos from my Olympus E-PL1, it doesn’t automatically orient them in the proper portrait or landscape mode, the way it does with my Nikon images.  As I went through fixing the images when I imported the Los Angeles set, I had trouble with some of the […]

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  This is a tree in the park behind the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. That’s a small portion of the Frank Gehry designed building in the background. After seeing the building in person and close-up, I’ve decided that I like it and Gehry’s style generally, even if it is very easy to […]

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