This one catches my attention Asher. I think the Triptych does the doors even more justice as a collective than probably the shot on its own. But I'd love to have access to doors like this and get in tight for some details of the character of them.So to follow on from Rob's masterpiece, I have something far more humble. This worn and dried out doorway in London.
Asher Kelman: #5
G10 Canon Digicam
Three seemed just right.
This reinforces the powerful concept of displaying in the threes. Several years ago when my daughter purchased a new home and wanted some of my images to fill one wall in her dining room - - - she noticed in my samples one image of a gate that I shot in Quebec city - where I had printed it in several different colors by using Selective Color. She liked that look and I ended up printing 3 large prints with 3 compimentary colours that suited her tastes - - - and mounted them framed beside each other on the wall. I don't believe she has had anyone ever say "hey what did you use the same picture for?" - - - but she does get lots of compliments about her impressive images displayed on that wall. Even though in that case, there is a separation between the frames - all three, work as one.