Abstract Architecture - Toronto Metal Print
by Shankar Adiseshan
Abstract Architecture - Toronto by Shankar Adiseshan - 8" x 6"
Abstract Architecture - Toronto metal print by Shankar Adiseshan. Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of a metal print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 1/16" thick aluminum. The aluminum sheet is offset from the wall by a 3/4" thick wooden frame which is attached to the back. The high gloss of the aluminum sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results.
Architecture is fascinating area of design. As an art, architecture is essentially abstract and nonrepresentational. The seemingly impossible... more
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Architecture is fascinating area of design. As an art, architecture is essentially abstract and nonrepresentational. The seemingly impossible physics, the play of light and the textures comes together to create an incredible sense of fantasy and wonder.
About Shankar Adiseshan
My work is largely an abstracted experience, more dream like or interpretive, often focused on environmental or social narratives. Through use of abstraction as a focus on the norm, available and recognizable experiences, I see a way to tap in and distill the range of emotional experiences. By doing so, I urge viewers to consider a new perspective. Philosophy: Photography is a visual interpretation of experiences, using features unique to the medium. Theme & Style: Interpretive and metaphorical, often focused on environment, urban and social narratives. I strive to create emotive work that encourages the viewer to consider a new perspective. Medium & Technique: I work with medium format, 35mm format (film and digital) and Polaroid...
Thanks Shankar. I have been looking at the Nikkor 24mm tilt shift, looks like a great lens. Great gallery of work!
Are you using a tilt shift lens? Love your architectural photos!
Shankar Adiseshan replied:
Thanks Louise. Yes. I do use tilt shift for architecture work. I love the Nikon 24mm tilt shift. In this image, I did not use. This was captured with 35mm or 50mm prime.
Great shot!! f/l