The Architectural Photography Workshop with Andrew Pielage was a success!
The photography workshop introduced participants to three Wright sites: The Stockman House, the Historic Park Inn Hotel, and Cedar Rock in Quesqueton. With tripods and cameras, they spent over three hours at the Stockman House experiencing Wright’s aesthetics and practicing Pielage’s professional techniques on how to photograph architecture.
Andrew Pielage’s beautiful photo gallery can be viewed at #500FLLWPROJECT
Photo: Andrew Pielage, on a quest to photograph all of Frank Lloyd Wright’s 532 remaining properties, wraps up a photography session with his workshop participants at the McCoy Architectural Interpretive Center on the evening of June 2nd in Mason City.
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Mr. Pielage has taken on the project to create “a comprehensive study of Wright buildings,” including not just exterior photography but interior as well, with the permission of owners. Learn more about the #500FLLWPROJECT