An exhibition of the work of photographer Edward Steichen. Showing at The deCordova Museum in Lincoln, MA until March 19. You may have discovered Steichen as I did in the exhibition catalogue of the great “Family of Man” show, curated by Steichen in 1955. The photographer’s ground-breaking work helped photography gain recognition as an art form in a world of skeptical art critics. Marvel at his dramatic portraits of Hollywood stars, still life compositions, high-fashion, flowers, and city scenes.
In spite of the drought that has dried up New England since the summer, the fall color has turned out to be surprisingly good. Here’s a shot that uses 3 different exposures to capture the wide dynamic range of this scene. I use Photomatix Pro to create fine HDR images. This photograph is available as a fine art print or, licensed from commercial use.
I see a pair of legs, crossed at the ankles. What do you see?
A freshwater pond in Manchester-by-the-Sea is flooded with seawater from nearby Kettle Cove on a late winter afternoon. Four separate exposures combined to render an image closest to what I saw. This photograph is available as a licensed image for commercial use and as a custom fine art print. Contact Paul for details.