Just a few more from the 2010 shoot at the Disney Concert Hall. So glad I went back with a fresh perspective to look at these files. One technical note, I did notice the ability to process the older Canon 5D files was not nearly as good as my current Fuji files. And yes, sometimes a black sky is still best.
These are all fantastic! That black sky one is really great…..but I keep getting drawn back to that first one where the distance is compressed and towards the bottom of the image you have the “inney-outey” illusion going on.
Yes, that inner-outey illusion is being created by the wonderful reflected sunlight…. You can usually tell my favorites by which I put first! Good taste Howard!
Another right answer!
Or, more right answers… 😉
I hope the whole building lives up to these parts, as you have depicted them. Just beautiful.
Thank you Linda. Yes, the Concert hall is worth a day to visit. I typically send the whole day there moving as the light changes throughout the day.
Gorgeous, well crafted shots in every way. I think his buildings really speak to you.
Umm Bob, buildings don’t talk… 🙂 BUT, if it did….. you’d be right. 🙂
A very nice series of images. The white sky black sky issue might be put to rest with this series. I am glad I had the chance to visit the building in Vages. Time to shoot some snow!
Wowness! Awesome visions of architecture and photography captured and preserved! Keep investing into and investigating your digital vault – or “JB’s Cloud”! :~)
Excellent set of images, fun building to shoot!
Thank you James. Yes it is.