As I mentioned in my previous post, I took a couple extra days in Los Angeles before teaching my workshop to explore a few additional locations. My first visit was inside The Broad, the following day I stopped inside the Walt Disney Concert Hall to escape the rain and checkout an exhibit a Chicago photo friend tipped me off to. The free sound installation was actually created by his brother, Yuval Sharon, and is called Nimbus. It’s this cool cloud-like structure floating through the space which has sound and light components alternating throughout the day. I only managed one image I really liked of the space but you can visit the LA Philharmonic’s site here to see more images.
I then wandered around inside the main entrance. I love the warm tone of the wood against the white.
Since most of the stairways were closed due to an event later in the day I took the elevator to top floor and found my way outside for a couple shots. The day was really gloomy and rainy so I only managed a couple decent shots and processing in B&W works best given the weather conditions.
Back inside, this time wandering around the back of the building for a few shots. Love Gehry’s mix of curves and lines to create fluidity among the geometry.
Per usual, most images were processed in both color and B&W. You can see those along with more images from previous visits here. We also visited this location during our weekend workshop so I’ll be sharing a few more images in a later post.