Photo: Modern Architecture

Modern Architecture
The side of the photography building at Daytona Beach College, with my camera turned to the side. The sun was right behind the building, which provides the gradation of brightness. The structure looks like it has a chunk taken out in the middle, but that’s how they build ’em nowadays.

The orange—I made the orange, there was no orange. I added vignetting and upped the contrast. It looks good now, like a sunset or deathly blanket of clouds.

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Canon Rebel XTi, EFS 18-55mm, 1/320, F8, 22mm, ISO100, 2008-03-07T14:35:59-05, 20080307-193559rxt

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License. Credit me as Richard X. Thripp and link here.

2 thoughts on “Photo: Modern Architecture

  1. Good thing you said you added the orange, I thought there may be advanced life on Mars for a second 🙂

    This one’s great! The angle seems perfectly chosen to me, making me feel I’m actually falling backwards.

    Charles

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