Richard Johnson, Ice Huts series - only one of the thousand photos that was taken at night. love the door slightly open, adds intrigue and makes you wonder what is going on inside.
Dick Durance - I enjoy the colours in this, especially the orange/yellow that is starting to peak though form behind that mountain. The outline of the other mountains are also very nice. I think without the spew trail from the volcano, this image would almost come across as calming.
Dick Durance - love the textures in this image, especially on the boots. I feel black and white was a very good choice for this image, whether or not it was already shot that way (film), like it nonetheless.
Dick Durance - not usually a huge fan of portraits like this, but i like the fact that there is no light catching the man's eyes, i feel it gives the image a little mystery/intrigue. That added with the angle of shooting the man from below makes for an interesting image.
Sebastian Weiss - I enjoy the treatment on this photo because mixed with the texture of the wood, I almost get a feel to the image that intrigues me. The light falloff on the building is also gorgeous.
Albert Watson - I was particularly drawn to this photo because of the photos on the wall and how the Chinese people worship their Chairmen and always have. Even form a young age, this this ballerina, the Chairman is never far away and I feel this photo really represents that.
Albert Watson - also taken in the early this feel like it is from the and was taken on film. The saturated colours and liveliness of the photos really draw me in and I like where the car is situated, almost as if it is hiding.
Richard Johnson, Ice Fields Parkway series - taken in Alberta, the long shadows in this photo remind me of Edward Steichen's Matchsticks. very calm, but the sharp trees make for a nice contrast to that.