Charlotte Plaza Architectural Abstract

Black And White Photography, C.S. Young Jr., Photography
Charlotte Plaza Building Abstract

Charlotte Plaza Building Abstract

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Cheers,

C. S.

Sending a Signal

Black And White Photography, David Jensen, Photography

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Each time I capture one of my ice images, I spend a lot of time trying to decide on the orientation.  When it finally speaks to me, it’s usually because a message comes at me for the title.

More of my images can be seen at my Northern Visions blog.

Toronto Architectural Abstract

Black And White Photography, C.S. Young Jr., Photography
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Adelaide St E Architectural Abstract 5 Monochrome

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Cheers,

C. S.

Transposed

Black And White Photography, David Jensen, Photography

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Although there are two very different subjects in this composition, one soft, the other hard, the hard is softened by the reflection of the sky and clouds.  This also serves to add texture to the hardness of the human created structure, the texture being captured and constrained by the edges of the building.

More of my photography can be seen at my Northern Visions blog.

A Study of Six Broken Windows

Black And White Photography, David Jensen, Photography

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This is a merger of two different panels of three small windows, combined to create the piece of art.  The play of light on each distinctly different pane gives rise to six unique compositions.

Shot with a Canon 7D, shuffled around via Photoshop, Lightroom and Silver Efex Pro 2.

More of my work can be found at Northern Visions.

Collaboration

Black And White Photography, David Jensen, Photography

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The river creates the patterns, the photographer documents and adds human touches to the creation.  Taken on a small eddy on the edge of the St. Louis River near Duluth, Minnesota.

More of my work can be seen at my Northern Visions blog