Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Through the Window


Through the Window, originally uploaded by susanvg.
At my photo course this evening we were asked to go around the CEGEP (a junior college) and take photographs of each other with existing light. I can never resist taking photos of other things I see. This window just needed to be photographed.

The CEGEP is partly located in what was once a religious building - the mother house for a sect of nuns. However, most of the interior of the building has been totally stripped of any past architectural details. Florescent lights glare over nondescript hallways which branch out like a maze. Lighting was a challenge for our photographs as was finding backgrounds of interest. Too bad students have to spend their days in such lifeless surroundings.

1 comment:

  1. I'm amazed at how well you lined up the corner of the outside building with the window. You're learning all about different lighting - how fun! I'm having trouble with indoor photography when there is any glare.

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