Ezra Stoller who is a photographer
I chose Ezra Stoller as my inspirational photographer, who grew up in New York and studied architecture at NYU. Stoller began a photographing building, models and sculpture when he was a student. He focuses on how to present 3-dimensional architects though 2-dimensional photographs in black and white hue, working with space and angels in order to demonstrate the structure, the material, and the intentions of the architectures (Pygmalion Karatzas, 2016).
This photograph above I took in UTS Library emerged the photograph skills from Stoller, which highlights the interior design of the building. Also the reason of why I chose this background to present the patterns (which located on the floor and on the ceilings) is that it expresses the indoor design of architecture.
I chose UTS Library again but the photograph took in front of library. The techniques which I learned from Stoller is work with light and space to makes this picture looks like 2 dimensional become to 3 dimensional. Addition, many straight line on this building.
This photograph I took from the Goods line street and the techniques 0f black and white that I used from Stoller. It makes the time stop.
I took this photograph from Goods line street. The photograph illustrates the modern architecture by visualizing the structure and the spatial design.
Karatzas , P. 2016, ESTO Photographics, viewed on 12/7/2017
Stoller, E. n.d. Ezra Stoller, viewed on 12/7/2017
Stoller, E. n.d. Biography, viewed on 12/7/2017
Stoller, E. n.d. Portfolio, viewed on 12/7/2017