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Windows & Doorways

This portfolio is a work in progress, and is being display in an incomplete form as part of The Project article.

Through The Looking Glass

Windows and doorways are somewhat like cameras. They constrain and frame what we see. Windows also project light into rooms, creating patterns and textures with the light they cast.

This page contains images which are part of a Project that I am pursuing to explore this area. My essay on the concept of The Project may be of interest to photographers looking to find a focus for their work. Other than that these photographs need no further explanation.

Psychic Laundry — Toronto, November 2001

Photographed with a Leica M6 and 90mm Apo-Summicron on Ilford XP-2 Super

   
4-Windows — Toronto, November 2001

Photographed with a Leica M6 and 90mm Apo-Summicron on Ilford XP-2 Super 

Lucca Window, Tuscany 2001

Photograph taken with a Canon EOS D30 and 28~135mm f/3.5~f/5.6L lens.

Cataloochee Cabin, Great Smoky Mountains NP. September, 2000

Photographed with a Hasselblad ArcBody and 35mm Rodenstock lens on Provia 100F

Uffizi Doorways. Florence, Italy — May, 2001

Photographed with a Canon EOS D30 and 28~135mm f/3.5~f/5.6L IS lens 

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Concepts: Photography, Book of Optics, Work in progress, Mirror, Energy, Optics, Light, Photograph

Entities: Windows, Michael Reichmann

Tags: project, incomplete form, Project article, Windows, cameras, Glass, textures, rooms, essay, explanation, images