Welcome to the blog site for Stan Strembicki's Digital Photo I class. Class assignments and notes for the semester will be posted here as well as student work.

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Amanda's Time of Day assignment

This was taken around 11:30am PST inside the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Los Angeles, CA. It was designed by Raphael Moneo, a famous contemporary architect. The "windows" are actually composed of very thin sheets of marble; so thin that light can pass through. The entire main body of the church is surrounded by this glazing, thus lighting the interior space and making artificial light unnecessary no matter what kind of weather, nor time of day. (Artificial lighting is used at night, in case anyone is curious.)

1 comment:

  1. PS-the light cast on the wall surfaces change as the sun moves throughout the day.