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Reflection Magic

Reflection Magic

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Height: 10 Inches
  • Width: 8 Inches
  • Materials: Nikon D3x, Epson Stylus Pro 4900, Epson Premium Glossy Photo Paper, Acid Freee Board, Seal Commercial 210M Dry Mounting Press, Limited Edition, Pencil Signed
  • Favorited by: 13 people
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From Orlando, FL
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Description

Orlando is not known for its high-rise buildings but this one downtown is quite handsome. It is called the VUE and given its amount of glass the name seems appropriate. I created this image to capture the distinctive reflection on the end of the tower. Vertically through the center of the image is the look of an accordion. This series of X's is not actually part of the building since at each floor, one part of it is a reflection of the far wall directly on the similar spandrel floor edge on the near wall. This is not visible from all views or all times of the day. The building was designed by architect Chris Cedergreen a good friend of mine from St. Louis.
I printed this on my Epson 4900 printer and dry mounted it on acid free mat board and then matted using the float mat technique where the mat does not cover the print. I have signed and numbered the print on the front and then stamped and signed and numbered it on the back. The techniques used are the same ones used today as always by Ansel Adams studio in Yosemite.

OTHER SIZES:
10.75" x 14.50" print on 16" x 20" board $255.00
14.25" x 18.50" print on 20" x 24" board $325.00
15.50" x 24.50" print on 24" x 30" board $455.00
Orlando is not known for its high-rise buildings but this one downtown is quite handsome. It is called the VUE and given its amount of glass the name seems appropriate. I created this image to capture the distinctive reflection on the end of the tower. Vertically through the center of the image is the look of an accordion. This series of X's is not actually part of the building since at each floor, one part of it is a reflection of the far wall directly on the similar spandrel floor edge on the near wall. This is not visible from all views or all times of the day. The building was designed by architect Chris Cedergreen a good friend of mine from St. Louis.
I printed this on my Epson 4900 printer and dry mounted it on acid free mat board and then matted using the float mat technique where the mat does not cover the print. I have signed and numbered the print on the front and then stamped and signed and numbered it on the back. The techniques used are the same ones used today as always by Ansel Adams studio in Yosemite.

OTHER SIZES:
10.75" x 14.50" print on 16" x 20" board $255.00
14.25" x 18.50" print on 20" x 24" board $325.00
15.50" x 24.50" print on 24" x 30" board $455.00

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