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ArchitorSpace – architecture photography by Daniel Mirer

This is some of what Daniel Mirer says about his pictures.

“The “ArchitorSpace” photographs display my specific interest in and fear of the banality of spaces in enclosed areas within post-industrial architecture.  These places are typologies of contemporary post-industrial architectural aesthetic that makes the individual appear so displaced within the uncanny.  The photographic strategy is to purposefully make these images heavy with absence; forgotten places that are entirely familiar. These deserted (non-site) environments reveal no history or functionality.”    The pictures are great and the words……….hmm   . more pictures here


Black and White Portraits

On our Portrait course many students prefer to work in black and white and these images from Benoit Courti would offer many great ideas, the full gallery is worth looking at and can be found here

 

cityscapes and silhouettes

these are really great, simple idea, well seen, brilliantly executed, why haven’t we all done this before