These photos have all been taken in the last few years, digitally, though have a vintage look and feel.
Infrared photography is as much post-processing art as much as anything. The wavelength in which I operate is 590 nanometers - so some color is registered - it is just…
They are simple marvels of engineering which can be uniquely artistic in almost infinite ways!
These buildings are squarish and have rectangular windows - and are viewed from a straight-forward point - for the most part.
From within darkness there are unfathomable depths. No dark would exist without light, though faint.
These were all based on photos - but I edited in Photoshop. I love abstract art and, when painting, is normally the style I enjoy most.
Windows are multi-dimensional and mostly depend on perspective. In this series, all but one give a small example of what may be on the inside. The exception is the photo…
Humbled and grateful to have 2 photos chosen for the "Boundaries" gallery: http://www.laphotocurator.com/boundaries-curator-douglas-stockdale/second-place-winner-erik-eskedal/1
In Winona Kansas, in advance of a thunderstorm, just off the small road was this shed and light - lonely and quiet - but a safe haven.