It’s another grey day and this photo reminds me that a lot of negative space pointing to a building will wake me up.
In Frame: June 17, 2015
I see a lot of typical post-card images of Washington D.C.—many are slight variations of the same shot. But, this image photographed by, Larry Greene is perhaps my favorite picture I’ve seen of the Washington Monument. The image is taken through the columns of the Lincoln Memorial in a dark corner of the structure. It’s so unique and uses the golden light from the setting sun to create a warm, yet mysterious scene. His framing of the monument is nearly perfect.
In Frame: May 28, 2014
This iPhone shot by Victoria Pickering makes great use of heavy contrast and grain to add an air of mystery and eeriness, and negative space to emphasize the two subjects.