Friday, July 29, 2011

50 Beautiful Examples of Architectural Photography

Largely a really nice group of images. Iconic images of buildings are oftentimes tight simple details. The heavy HDR images are crap and some of these are not even photos but renderings! WTF?

Monday, July 25, 2011

RMKM's Isleta Pueblo project.

Recent image from the last weeks shooting-RMKM's stunning new Isleta tribal headquarters south of Albuquerque. Shooting on the edge of storms is risky-you might do all the set up and be skunked. On the other hand sometimes you get superb images.

FWIW. This image is a flat stitch on a 5DMII and a 24 T/S. We were battling a rapidly descending storm preceded by a very angry wind. We extensively lit the interior of the building in front (tribal council chambers) with halogens and also painted the tops of the pipe structure with halogen too. AND and a fair amount of PSing to add lights on the buildings in the rear that were not working.

On the edge of storms....this is when you get great images.

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Show at Rayko in San Francisco

I am very proud to be invited to participate in this upcoming group show at Rayko in San Francisco. It is curated by David Bram.

"Fraction Magazine: Three Years in the Making" at the Rayko Gallery in San Francisco CA.

My contribution is from a 4x5 Tri-X negative and a dark yellow filter, scanned then printed on Innova FibaPrint White Gloss 14x20. It is of the Cadillac Ranch in Amarrillo TX.

Sunday, July 10, 2011

NY Times-Paul Paletti Gallery, Louisville KY

One of my favorite galleries in the country. Paul and I went to school together at UNM in the early seventies.

Friday, July 1, 2011

Iwan Baan

One of the most influential architectural photographers working today.: Iwan Baan and Iwan Baan Interview and website.
While I respect the move toward APs to create more "lived in" images, I feel his work is a bit too casual. It is architectural editorial. What do you think?
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