Entering the Neo-Opera

The Student Interview

Remember these? I never ran all three parts, so I will start that now.

See the rest of part 1 on Vimeo… At the time I uploaded that YouTube video, I was not yet a YouTube partner so I had to make it short… so you may want to fast-forward a bit through that Vimeo one there…

Daily Photo – Entering the Neo-Opera

This is a truly beautiful building. I sometimes feel like I am cheating… when the colors and textures and lines are already there, it just makes for such a pleasant shooting experience. But, when times are easy like this, it reminds me of when the situation is a non-stop struggle to get a good shot. I guess, like everything, it comes in waves…

HDR Photo

  • Susan

    Oh wow – this is an awesome shot – from top to bottom – really draws the eye in – honestly when I first saw this I thought – Las Vegas – and was surprised it was China! Oh well!! Super photo Trey!

  • Very nice I like . To Gonzo, you wondered the other day about Instagram and have been thinking of looking at it in a different light.Remember the old telegrams that the post office sent,it took a few days depending on where you were. Now you can look at intragram as an instant pic on a blog without waiting just one click and its there hence instagram. Hope this makes sense if no shoot me. Louis

  • Simon Morris

    Incredible shot Trey – it appears to have everything you could ask for in an image… colour, tones, contrast, texture, etc. – the full works!

  • There is so much to see in this image, all of which is fantastic. Wonderful processing as always.

  • I agree with Susan, this building looks like some ultra-super-hyper modern hotel in Vegas. Great shot Trey! Still catching the light in Iceland?

  • Nice! Digging the pattern hanging above the seemingly endless hallway. Motion blur is cool too! Keep up the great shooting Trey.

  • Gail in Montana

    I agree with you Mom, too! Great photo. Have a wonderful Saturday. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  • Thanks! 🙂

  • This is a great shot. I love the reflection of e lights on the ground. Those are reflection right?

  • Michelle

    The square lines at the top of this shot make for interesting movement. I was scrolling down the page and like an optical illusion, the blue squares stood out in almost 3-D. Did anyone else get the same effect?

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