Monday 10 March 2014

Two Photographies

^RMIT Swanston Building by Lyons Architects, Melbourne  <source>

Exclusively for Saturated Space, Douglas Murphy writes about colour in architectural photography...

"The new media world of design blogs and other platforms have changed the way that architectural photography is experienced, and a new generation of photographers have been developing a new digital aesthetic for depicting architecture. This essay discusses the strange experience of seeing canonical buildings of the modern period portrayed in a different photographic style to convention, and discusses some of the links between the development of late 20th century architectural styles and changes in the conventions photographic depiction, focusing primarily of the introduction and transition to colour photography within architectural publishing."

Please either use the embedded reader below or click HERE to read the text.

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