I was in the loop this morning taking head shots of a few people from Brady’s office, not something I do very often, and then had about an hour to kill before I had to get back home.  I didn’t have any grand plans, but he’s about a block north of the Deloitte building which always catches my eye. Not quite sure why I’ve never spent any time photographing this building but the lobby is full of so many lines and geometric patterns, as well as tons of reflections from the glass facade on the first level, that I finally took some time to make a few images.
Today’s photos are full of much indecision between color and black and white so I’m just going to share both.
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  1. I prefer the B&W for your architectural images. B&W is better at emphasizing the form and geometry of your work.

    1. Thank you Christine! I do too, but sometimes there's something about the color that pulls me and makes the decision hard. Happy to have your input:)

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