About the Book
The eye of the architect is trained to see the world in a unique way. It affords them the ability to recognize patterns, geometry, light, color, and spatial forms that might otherwise go without notice.
What emerges is the understanding of a close relationship between Architecture and Photography.
Features & Details
- Category Architecture
Large Format Landscape, 13×11 in, 33×28 cm
- Publish Date Jun 15, 2008
- Tags New York, Long Island, Sea Port, new orleans, Art, Architecture, Artist, Architect, Camera, Lens, Geometry, Color, Intrigue, Scale, Pattern, Perspective, Space, Texture, Time, Light, Shadow, Layers, Movement, Black, White, Artistic, Museum, Rome, Florence, Pisa, Tuscany, Venice, France, South, Korea, Seoul, NYC, Brooklyn, Queens, Meier, LeCorbusier, Street, Road, Windmill, Stairs, Bridge, park, manhattan, pond, ancient, ruins, new, book, album, photographs, picutures, composition, work, statue, sculpture, fort