Detroit: Where We Used to Live - photographs by Bill Schwab  beautiful simplistic colour scheme is very quiet and full of subtle but high contrast

Detroit: Where We Used to Live - photographs by Bill Schwab beautiful simplistic colour scheme is very quiet and full of subtle but high contrast

Detroit: Where We Used to Live - photographs by Bill Schwab  path and light draw the viewer to walk into the picture. really captures what it feels like to walk an empty street at night, scared of the darkness, each street light giving hope and safety

Detroit: Where We Used to Live - photographs by Bill Schwab path and light draw the viewer to walk into the picture. really captures what it feels like to walk an empty street at night, scared of the darkness, each street light giving hope and safety

Detroit: Where We Used to Live - photographs by Bill Schwab  The way Detroit is displayed is that of a derelict and abandoned place that had a harsh environment. This is true particularly in the night and at winter   He creates a distance between the buildings in his pictures and the viewer who feels a lack of connection and emotion like those who live in the city.

Detroit: Where We Used to Live - photographs by Bill Schwab The way Detroit is displayed is that of a derelict and abandoned place that had a harsh environment. This is true particularly in the night and at winter He creates a distance between the buildings in his pictures and the viewer who feels a lack of connection and emotion like those who live in the city.

andy frazer juxoposition between nature and the metallic which is unnaturally coloured making this difference between the two very clear

andy frazer juxoposition between nature and the metallic which is unnaturally coloured making this difference between the two very clear

Detroit: Where We Used to Live - photographs by Bill Schwab  juxtaposition between quiet and empty and the light in the windows and smoke which connotes life inside

Detroit: Where We Used to Live - photographs by Bill Schwab juxtaposition between quiet and empty and the light in the windows and smoke which connotes life inside

Detroit: Where We Used to Live - photographs by Bill Schwab  love the shadows on the water created by the boat and its positioning between the two lights and the framing of tree and bank

Detroit: Where We Used to Live - photographs by Bill Schwab love the shadows on the water created by the boat and its positioning between the two lights and the framing of tree and bank

Detroit: Where We Used to Live - photographs by Bill Schwab  the sky is beautiful in this, and contributes to the hauntingly beautiful house

Detroit: Where We Used to Live - photographs by Bill Schwab the sky is beautiful in this, and contributes to the hauntingly beautiful house

chris hubble I like the way that chris has been able to capture movement in the sky while exposing the lanscape propally and even including car light on the rd in the photograph

chris hubble I like the way that chris has been able to capture movement in the sky while exposing the lanscape propally and even including car light on the rd in the photograph

chris hubble  the world depicted here is very alien and could have been taken from another planet in outer space

chris hubble the world depicted here is very alien and could have been taken from another planet in outer space

chris hubble  Uses motion to show human impact and our presence amongst the dark landscape, alluding to out insignificance. Uses long shutter speed to capture moving lights.

chris hubble Uses motion to show human impact and our presence amongst the dark landscape, alluding to out insignificance. Uses long shutter speed to capture moving lights.

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