Monday, October 31, 2011
On Friday evening we went to the DCCP's Open Show in the Russell Industrial Center and had the great opportunity to hear some local photographers and cinematographers present some work and speak about their art. Brian Day's monochrome Time Traveler series blew me away. Great photography in general and, specifically, a terrific use of the amazing Detroit background. Kudos!
I recommend that you check out the Time Traveler series, but also take a look at his other work. He is uber-talented and has a great eye for composition, mood, and telling story.
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