While I'm developing Synthesis and doing contract work I can't post online, I'm still taking photos on my daily travels around the city!
Enjoy this collection from the South Boston Drydock. It's a very unique section of Boston where ships come in to get restored. Despite the areas run-down industrial appearance, there are many high-end design and architecture studios here, and the area is quite tech-savvy. I'd know, I'm currently doing work at one a few times a week. During my lunch break, I enjoy walking around the area to see what I can find. The photos you see here are comprised of two different walk-arounds.
From Facebook: "My photography and illustration are pretty inter-inspired. I take photos that remind me what I want to draw, and I draw what inspires me from my photos.
I'm also exploring new methods of post-production on these shots, using graded filters and stuff to get pretty different results, trying to make the colors *feel* more like how they felt while I was standing in these areas. Instagram, this is not."
Cool info I wrote about the first two photos on my Tumblr:
"The building I’m standing in is now called the Design Center. It was once used by the military to process recruits to make them fit for service in the 1940’s and 50’s. Recruits would enter at one end of the building, pass through it’s many internal sections, (checkups, equipment, etc,) and emerge out the other end as soldiers ready to be shipped off to war. The building is the size of a skyscraper laid on its side. It was going to be destroyed, but it was bought out by private companies to use as creative and studio space. There are now many high-end design and craft companies that occupy this building. Many areas are still unused, however, such as this room I came across in my spelunking."
All photos taken with the Sony Cybershot RX100, which is perhaps my most favorite gadget I've ever owned.
Last Summer/Winter's Photo Collection: