Blue Mountains Building Designers : Crafting an Image

You accidentily fall to a time machine which some body has irresponsibly left hanging out and you are transported back in time and energy to … when?
Where would you draw the line between what’s acceptable to digitally manipulate? Might it be a Forex thought – either everything is up for consideration or nothing is, or can it be okay to make little gestures like eliminating electricity lines but perhaps maybe not ok to clear away a freight train worth of roof top equipment?
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For this particular event, we’ve got a fresh hypothetical to consider. Here is the situation:

Just a little background info on our guest online podcast – Poul is a highly photographer, specializing in places and people, but is most notably my nextdoor neighbor. He and I’ve spent many afternoons talking about design and architecture, drinking beer, and standing in the alley. After studying photography Poul headed to help several of the top photographers in the city. Having spent many years traveling the planet and honing his skills, Poul has shot for customers such as Williams Sonoma, BMW North America, Dwell Magazine, Soho House, and Taschen Publishing — and broke off on his own adventure — turning expert.

Ansel Adams photos found at garage sale
Poul Ober taking pictures in the trees
Outro [58:01 mark]…
New York, blah, blah blah … it’therefore the very ideal
Is it anything, or can it be just a circle?
Hello everybody, I’m Poul
that I ’ve got more to say

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Given most everybody has use of fairly sophisticated cameras and image editing applications in their cellphone, with the prevalence of social networking platforms such as Insta-gram and face-book that allow individuals to readily share the graphics they create, there is a emerging civilization of people paying attention to the images they create. It really should cause an appreciation for his or her own craft while ” could most likely not be jeopardized by this groundswell of all “ photographers. Individuals are starting to take a look at things in a more arty manner in their attempt and everybody ’s photographs are currently getting to be more believed and composed as the bar was raised.
El Centro - Doctored photographs for award submission

The Way Technology has Impacted Photography [10:55 mark]
A few years back, Rick Norsigian thought he struck the lottery once he bought 2 boxes of photographic plates for $45 at a garage sale, that have been proven to be lost images from the excellent American landscape photographer Ansel Adams. This really is what we talk even as we go in the conversation of photoshop has become the norm in postproduction work and with photographers bracketing their photos, every element of every photo is vulnerable. Perfection has come to be. 

How Architectural Photography will Tell an Account  [23:18 mark]

Bob Borson and Andrew Hawkins Signatures
Poul also performed a publication for Angelika Taschen and Taschen Publishing titled”Taschen’s nyc “. It features hundreds of the full-page images. Sold all around the Earth, it has been translated in five languages and is now available on its 3rd printing. I encourage you to stop by Poul’s web site  for a closer look in his work.

Hypotheticals on Life of an Architect podcast

Truth About Architectural Blue Mountains, Blue Mountains Building Designers
As stated by Poul, there isn’t any truth in architectural photography, and I have to agree together about thisparticular. To jump off our conversation, we discuss the controversy surrounding the Chicago design awards at 2015 at which the look submission for the El Centro construction, and it is a satellite center of Northeastern Illinois University just up the street, digitally removed the rooftop air handlers in postproduction.
Photography and architecture have a relationship with one another and every architect knows a movie is really worth a 1,000 words. For today’s event, Andrew and I sit down with photographer Poul Ober to talk about the role photography plays telling a narrative, in addition to the evolving impact photography is having on popular culture.
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Andrew poul and I have some different ideas on when and where we would like to traveling back over time. Poul regretted his decision almost immediately, the country is left by Andrew and so I live my own decision based on my heritage and natural ability to make friends with killers.


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