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Window Reflections, iPhone art photography captures the hidden reflections of our cityscape: the architecture, building design, streets, color, interiors and vibrancy.
Each photograph comes alive through a combination of momentary elements in motion: time of day, angle of sun, the color and quality of the glass, surface heat, length of shot, interior display and colors, exterior motion and many more. Coming together one day and disappearing the next. The original color photographs of iPhone artistry find’s each building's "moment" and freezes that moment in time as a pedestrian may glimpse when passing by a window display, or a building’s architecture. You may have walked by a building a thousand times, but you will never look at it the same way again, after you have experienced London's take on it.
The speed, quality, application and proliferation by which technology and change is advancing modern life is dizzying for those of us that stand still, observing. Images and connections create an immediate dynamism where a life is constructed, and dissembled just as quickly. In this unsettling space, Richard Carlton London steps forward with his iPhone to artistically capture this transience from a pedestrian's point of view. London offers a frozen piece of time and space where we occupy only here and only now.
With his Window Reflections series, London finds a new home for the early 20th century European constructionism art movement. Then as now, artists were reflecting on a society on the move and in his book of Washington Window Reflections, London takes the modern urban setting and evokes a variety of sensations not visible to the eye, nor hidden from it. The images are playful, serious, beautiful and documentary by bringing to the lens the noise, heat and even the smell of the metropolis experience. Washington Reflections blend the historic architecture and districts with Washington’s modern focus on glass and steel in full color and stunning artistic compositions, largely without applying effects.
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