Price House, Livingstone College, Fall, 2005

by Kelly Landrum

price house livingstone college fall seeking critique kelly landrum

Gallery: Single Photos

Tags: seeking critique

Category: Architecture

Exif Information:
Make : OLYMPUS OPTICAL CO.,LTD
Model : E-20,E-20N,E-20P
Date Time Original : 2005-09-05 22:15:54
Focal Length : 34/1
Exposure Time : 1/320
F Number : 2.4
Iso Speed Ratings : 80
Metering Mode : 3
Orientation : 1
X Resolution : 144.000000
Y Resolution : 144.000000
Software : Adobe Photoshop CS2 Windows

Published: Monday 21st of May 2007 01:37:41 AM


Comments

Pnina Evental
Beautiful building first! I like the red/yellw colors encircled by the whites, good timing as the play of shadows and light is very nice and soft.

Jack McRitchie
The shadows turn this period home into a visual puzzle, Nicely done, Lannie.

Maurizio Rossi
Great architectural work, superb pastel colours and shadows. My compliments and regards. Maury

Landrum Kelly
Thanks, Maurizio and Jack. This was one of those photos that you don't know that you have until you get back home and start processing the files. This one was quite broad, shot as a documentary, but as I cropped away at it I saw that there was a worthy photo in there after all. My only regret is that I cropped it a bit too tightly. --Lannie

Kenrick Rampial
Some great shadows in this one Lannie. I love the distinct shapes and colours on the building.

Landrum Kelly
Thanks, folks. This house was the home of Joseph Charles Price (1854-1893), the founder of Livingstone College. It is directly across the street from the main part of campus in Salisbury, NC. The founding of an African-American college in the South during that era was a very bold move, and Price died at an early age. --Lannie

Darius Tulbure
I will rate this photo as an experiment to see what it will happen. My hypothesis is that the 3 blocked ratings will be automatically unblocked.

Darius Tulbure
Yep. Theory confirmed. Now you have all the ratings unblocked.

Colin Carron
Lannie, beautiful light and colours and I like the formal composition.

Landrum Kelly
Thanks, Colin. Nice to hear from you. --Lannie

Landrum Kelly
Thank you, Darius. That must be programmed into the system, and that is quite remarkable. --Lannie

Landrum Kelly
Price House, Livingstone College Thanks for viewing and commenting.

--Lannie

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