I love learning how people see things. Each week I am privileged to scroll through our Instagram feed and study how each photographer notices light and objects differently—it’s one of the things I enjoy most about photography. I find Andrew Golda’s framing of the window and use of the exterior light so interesting and something I might not have noticed.
In Frame: October 12, 2015
Each week when I look at the #ExposedDC Instagram feed I’m amazed by all the talented photographers that Washington, D.C. has. I see many photographers, like Albert Ting, who know how to use light from indoor spaces to create a geometric oasis. Primary red, blue, and yellow hues are details in the room that the photographer didn’t add, but he doesn’t rely on a funky colorful spot to carry his image. Ting knows how to take a photograph and embraces his talent to produce a stunning image.
In Frame: April 6, 2015
John Sonderman looks up and finds interesting geometry in this architectural space. His photo, Studio Theatre, is well balanced between light and shadow, causing the viewer to circulate the image–finding new details each time.