I like the groundedness of this photograph. The yellow and green belongs near the bottom and the darkest tone (the parking lot macadam) seems to tamp down the remaining visual elements, including the letter Y.
Without a ladder, I can only photograph a small portion of a parking space. The shot below is representative of the entire space: it showcases a new painting style (or the first time I’ve seen blue letters on white background); a portion of the dribblings of soda cans; the weathered cracks indicating the well-worn usage […]
A photographer is, by definition, an observer. Good photographers observe keenly. One of the fun parts of street photographer is the quest for visual puns, such as the one below. The space in front of the pickup truck is labeled ‘compact’, and yet it is huge. Is it for compact stretch limos? Did someone forget […]
I shot this for its geometric properties, or should I say geometric awkwardness.
In the last photograph in this series, I caught a number of visual elements often found in parking lots in the US: dotted white lines, indicating driving lanes; a red line that notes an emergency area; a striped region that warns of a speed bump and an white-striped outlined area that indicates a no parking zone. […]
‘Analog and Digital’ is a good alternate title for this photo.
Among the permanent marks on the pavement, occasionally temporary ones find their way into the design.
There were plenty of shots to choose from in this parking lot on this particular day. I thought this frame was a particularly good edit.
Even ‘WAY’s get interrupted if the project is important.