Two very different yet very impressive architectural photography items caught my eye this month.
Hélène Binet’s Architecture Photography
Let’s start with an article in the Guardian (UK) on Hélène Binet:
“It’s like being a musician in front a big audience. You can’t get it wrong. In that instant, you have to be the best of yourself, you bring your mind to a place, not to lose that unique moment.” Hélène Binet is explaining her commitment to working with the venerable techniques of analogue, as opposed to digital, photography[…].”
She manages to capture exactly the kind of thing I strive for — potentially abstract, detail-oriented, yet somehow . . . different:
Beautiful. If you’re in the UK, check out Light Lines: The Architectural Photographs of Hélène Binet, at the Royal Academy, London W1, 23-October-23 January.
Romain Veillon’s Architecture Photography
Meanwhile, from France, we have another: award-winning photographer Romain Veillon with architectural “decay:”