I have lived and worked in the D.C. area for most of my life and taken countless thousands of photos here. (please see more text and photos below)
Want to see another ISBAA post with D.C. Photos, please check out Early Morning on the National Mall
The central area of The Nation’s Capital offer some great opportunities to practice framing in your composition.
The two photos above were taken late one winter’s afternoon in an archway next to a subway station in what is referred to as The Federal Triangle area of D.C. Which do you prefer, the color or black and white version?
This photo was take-in the same location but looking towards the Old Post Office Pavillion, recently taken over by Donald Trump.
These photos were taken outside the Hirshhorn Museum next to the National Mall in Washington. It is really fun to see how many different ways you can frame the key landmarks in Washington from a different vantage point whether it is the sculpture garden or Nationals Park (bottom)
2 responses to “Frame Job in Our Nation’s Capital”
oh these are superb frames, love them. Think the colour wins out for me because of the glimpse of sunlight. Love the sculpture garden ones 🙂
I absolutely love how you used light and shadow in your photos.