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Thomas Brauer
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I thought I'd give the high-contrast Black and White style a try.

This is the Sage Gateway conference centre in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK.
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I just tried putting this one up, but it seems to have fallen off, for some reason.  Trying again, but if it comes up twice for you, sorry about that.

I've seen a lot of this very high contrast architectural photography style and thought I'd give it a try.  Thoughts?

The building, nicknamed the Giant Slug by my family, is the Sage Gateshead in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK.
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An experiment in Architectural photography for me.  I've seen a lot of this style, and thought I'd give it a try. 

The building is the Sage Gateshead conference centre in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK.
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I took a lighting course with Joe in Canada, and it was excellent. Changed the way I thought about portraits. Highly recommend this.
Annie here
Excited to be going back to Scotland in a few months! +Joe McNally will be doing a 1 Day lighting seminar for the FIRST time. Hard to believe he has never been there to teach, so looking forward to meeting a lot of new photographers. We haven't been to Edinburgh since our honeymoon in 2004, so it's a very special placel for us:)) Here's the sign up link to join us:
http://www.eventbrite.com/e/great-lighting-on-the-go-speedlights-with-joe-mcnally-tickets-17305951567?ref=emma[[mailing_id]]z[[member_id:webview]]
#Edinburgh   #photography   #NIkonUK   #lighting  

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Hi everyone.
The third installment of the images and poetry meditations, for Holy Week and Good Friday, on the stations of the cross are now up, and can be found here:
http://www.transpositions.co.uk/18045/

And for those who might have missed the first two, here they are:
http://www.transpositions.co.uk/a-lenten-journey-poetic-reflections-pt-1/

and 

http://www.transpositions.co.uk/a-lenten-journey-poetic-reflections-pt-2/

Thanks to all who have offered wonderful feedback and support so far.

Yours,
Thomas

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Hi everyone.
The third installment of the images and poetry meditations, for Holy Week and Good Friday, on the stations of the cross are now up, and can be found here:
http://www.transpositions.co.uk/18045/

And for those who might have missed the first two, here they are:
http://www.transpositions.co.uk/a-lenten-journey-poetic-reflections-pt-1/

and 

http://www.transpositions.co.uk/a-lenten-journey-poetic-reflections-pt-2/

Thanks to all who have offered wonderful feedback and support so far.

Yours,
Thomas
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A terrific image.  Grace, repentance and Judgement all in one.
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Hi folks.  I've collaborated with Canadian Poet, Gerald St. Maur, to produce a series of images and poems reflecting on the stations of the cross.  For this Holy Week, I thought you might be interested.  The third and final installment will be available on Good Friday.

Cheers,
Thomas
Hi again.  Following yesterdays post, here is the second installment of the Lenten Journey series over on the transpositions website.

http://www.transpositions.co.uk/a-lenten-journey-poetic-reflections-pt-2/

For those who might have missed the first installment, you can find that here:

http://www.transpositions.co.uk/a-lenten-journey-poetic-reflections-pt-1/

Thanks!

Thomas

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Hi again.  Following yesterdays post, here is the second installment of the Lenten Journey series over on the transpositions website.

http://www.transpositions.co.uk/a-lenten-journey-poetic-reflections-pt-2/

For those who might have missed the first installment, you can find that here:

http://www.transpositions.co.uk/a-lenten-journey-poetic-reflections-pt-1/

Thanks!

Thomas
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Hey Folks,  The Transpositions website is running a collaborative series of my images with the poems of Gerald St. Maur (a poet and artist in Edmonton, currently attending HTAC).  Gerald and I created this series as reflections on the stations of the cross.  

Transpostions will be displaying them in three installments - Holy Monday, Holy Wednesday and Good Friday.

Here's the link to the first installment: http://www.transpositions.co.uk/a-lenten-journey-poetic-reflections-pt-1/

I'll post the later links as they come up.  I'd love to hear your thoughts.
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