Work Wandering

By: Gustav Hoiland

Apr 17 2013

Category: architecture

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Aperture:f/8
Focal Length:24mm
ISO:200
Shutter:15 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Night Curves

Sunset sites, blending disappearing sky with interior atmospheres. Replacing the reflections of cars on windows with the depth of the inside. The disappearance of glass. Trying to figure it out.

This is after the real work. After the sky has gone black but still shows up blue if exposed long enough. The wandering towards one thing that doesn’t pan out after all, but that leads to something wholly wholesome. The consumption of mind with immediate environment.

There’s a definite difficulty to working with building-sized products. It starts with light, but that’s just the obvious first hurdle that can be reasonably figured out with some practice. It’s during that period that all the other variables bubble up. Cars, passersby, garbage, shadows, vantages, street signs, and so much more. It’s enjoyable to be getting better at it all, an elevation of ability.

The bed beckons, albeit in silent rectangular indifference.

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