One of my best-selling photographs is of this store in New Orleans. I have named the place Librairie d’Arcadie because that is in the window, but I believe it’s not the official name of the store. This photo was taken a couple of years after the original photo and I recently decided to process this version. I like the addition of the bicycle, but the first time I photographed it the door was open, which added a lot to it I think. You can see the original at this link:
Archive for the 'Old and rusty' Category
I’ve been watching this building disintegrate for a few years. This time I took its picture with my infrared camera. Illinois farming community.
Viewed from near Harborside Drive, Galveston, Texas, I don’t know what the curving object is but I like the way it adds to the photograph… I processed it to bring out the texture and character of the old materials.
We visited Galveston, Texas for a few days and really enjoyed the visit. If you like old buildings, both commercial and residential, this is a great place to visit. I processed this one with HDR Efex Pro 2, which is not the way I usually process urban buildings.
Fort Popham, Phippsburg, Maine. This is an HDR image converted to B&W. The niches on the right once housed guns which could shoot through the windows which could be closed with iron shutters. The fort was never attacked.