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In April of this year I had a bit of an epiphany on the virtues of better composition in the field, and in particular better basics with respect to untilted horizons, and making sure my architectural shots were squared up instead of leaning left or right. Unfortunately my Los Angeles trip preceded this revelation, and […]

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I figured I might as well finish out the working week with one more Walt Disney Concert Hall study. Rather than pratter on about this, here are two unrelated notes: First, a link to a collection of 25 abandoned monuments from the former Yugoslavia. I tweeted this yesterday but tweets are so ephemeral. It would be really […]

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Almost seems like cheating to keep coming back to this building, but I just love the Walt Disney Concert Hall. Not an abstract this time, but I do like the criss-crossing lines, curves, and patterns. I went with a negative treatment again because it was the only way to display both the interior of the lobby and […]

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Following up on yesterday’s post, here is another close up study of the Walt Disney Concert Hall, this time with a black and white negative treatment.  For the earlier photos in the series, all of which were in color, here are Number 1, Number 2, and Number 3.  As much as I like the black […]

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I want to do more shots like this – abstract close-ups of architectural details and patterns. While I scout around for suitable subjects here in New York, I decided to revisit my archive of images from Frank Gehry’s Walt Disney Concert  Hall in Los Angeles, which I photographed last April. This is the first time […]

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