Shot in the Old Sweet Auburn neighborhood. Canon AE1 Program, Canon FD 50/1.4, Kodak TMax 100, Auto-tone enhancement in PS.
Because of particularities of the light that day, many of these pictures look like they have been processed with Photoshop’s Shadows/Highlights enhancement feature. The dissipating clouds were still dark enough to create a… Continue reading
I was in the middle of taking this picture in Sweet Auburn when somebody at the door of the Tabor Building called me. It was Tim Franzen, well known activist in Atlanta, who… Continue reading
In a neglected historic neighborhood that I frequently shoot to inspire the need for a vision of prosperity for our local communities, I was happy to see new signs of pride to inspire… Continue reading
Old bricks, strong walls.
These pictures were shot with no battery and left untouched, with no Photoshop editing. While I had no light meter and no photo editor, I had a very unique lens and a wonderful… Continue reading
I hope that what is wrong in this scenery is obvious. The neglect of a beautiful building in downtown Atlanta is made even more unacceptable by the shocking comparison of its condition to… Continue reading
Atlanta’s East End is on the west side of the I-85 portion going thrown the downtown area. The closer we are to the highway, the more neglected neighborhoods are but despite their condition, we can… Continue reading