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In my mailbox a week ago I found the Fall 2014 issue of art BUSINESS News, which had interesting columns and features. One feature that caught my eye was about art week in Miami, “the art world’s winter playground.”
The small caption in the photograph of the Miami skyline reads “Miami’s electric skyline at night.” In keeping with this theme and the painted piece “Manhattan Bound” by Jeff Bye (you will have to look at it above the table of contents on page 7) I thought I’d revisited Miami with my “electric” and additional views of Miami.
I’m not going to bore you with the technical details on how “electric” versions were creatively photographed, except to mention it was all done in camera at the time of exposure. This city is dynamic and my photographs are intended to give the viewer that feeling. Without further ado I present for your viewing pleasure some of my Miami photographs.
Please follow this link to enjoy the Miami photographs I posted with this newsletter and more … https://jamesschotgallerystudio.com/stock-categories/miami-skyline/