Intimate Views: The Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge
part of Bridge-o-Rama
to 5 PM
1515 Levee Street , Dallas, TX
Start date: Thursday, March 1, 2012
End Date: Saturday, April 28, 2012
From late August 2011 until the end of December 2011, Scot Miller photographed the bridge from all angles, at all times of the day, in all weather conditions, using medium-format and panorama film cameras. He ended up using almost every piece of equipment in his backpack, including a 500mm lens that weighs almost 10 pounds. While lenses this large are rarely used in medium format photography because of their size and weight, this particular lens ended up playing a big part in the creative process, enabling extremely detailed, intimate framings of the bridge.
As he discovered over time, the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge takes on distinctly different looks depending on the light, time of day, angle viewed from, etc. The resulting portfolio of 34 images reveals a fascinating study of this new bridge that is destined to make an architectural and design impact on the City of Dallas from Day One. Thirteen fine prints will be on display during this exhibition.
Photo by Scot Miller
Sorry, this event ended on April 28, 2012.
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