Indy architecture

10 years 2 months ago - 10 years 6 days ago #127601 by icepics
Industrial views.

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10 years 2 months ago - 10 years 1 month ago #127603 by icepics
Have an ice cream cone, and a bottle of wine?

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10 years 2 months ago - 10 years 2 months ago #127618 by MLKstudios
Nothing like adding a touch of the WPA into your work. I like the first two best, for their simplicity -- Margaret Bourke-White-ish. The last two with the art deco WPA styled work is nice too. Good eye!

Matthew :)

You did get what I meant when I used the word "combinatorial"? We combine the work of many artists into our own. It's sort of stealing, but not directly.

The words "inspired by" sounds better.

Matthew L Kees
MLK Studios Photography School
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"Every artist, was once an amateur"

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10 years 2 months ago #127945 by icepics
Thanks. It's 'new' Art Deco style, at a market built fairly recently, just within the past several years. Yeah the discussion of 'industrial' style photography and one of Koudelka's photos, reminded me of these photos I took a few years ago. So I scanned them in last night from my prints.

I like the first two the best too. Did those in the darkroom so spent a lot of time adjusting the exposure and dodging. I had been taking photos inside the NCAA Hall of Champions after a sports photography workshop, so of course had the 'wrong' speed film for outdoors (not the first time that's happened!) When I came out I turned and noticed the buildings and made some shots.The negs were really dense, took some work to get the images, esp. the brick. The last two were done by a photo lab.

I hadn't thought about the WPA photos til you mentioned them, interesting comparison.

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