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Product description:Window Light Window Light is an image of the interior of one of the homestead cabins preserved at Cade's Cove in Smoky Mountain National Park. Strong sunlight cascading through a window casts a shaft of light diagonally onto a wooden floor in an otherwise black room. I was looking for a unique image. The walls of the room were dimly visible, but I wanted to show only the window and its echo on the floor. The exposure was chosen to under expose the rest of the room. Some viewers say that they can make out the floor and walls as they come together to make a corner, but the transparency has no shadow detail at all. While this appears, at first, to be a monochrome image, a close look at the window and the sunlit floor shows that it is actually a color transparency. Window Light was created with Fuji Velvia sheet film in a 4x5 inch Zone VI camera mounted with a 90mm/f-8 Nikkor SW lens. The transparency has been digitally scanned and is presented here as an archival ink jet print. 8x10 $175 Matted 11x14 $275 Matted 16x20 $400 Shipps Rolled
 
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Window Light Cade's Cove Cabin

$275.00 USD
  • Shipping: Shipping Included only within the Continental U.S. Outside U.S. Extra Charge
  • Product ID#: 48783.
  • Dimensions: 14" width x11" height x1" depth
  • Weight: 2lbs
  • Materials: Giclee, Ink, Photography
  • Subject: Cultural, Places
  • Colors: Black, Brown, Gray, White, Yellow

Artwork Description: Window Light

Window Light is an image of the interior of one of the homestead cabins preserved at Cade's Cove in Smoky Mountain National Park. Strong sunlight cascading through a window casts a shaft of light diagonally onto a wooden floor in an otherwise black room.

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Although Visually Impaired or Legally Blind, Houston based visual artist, Drew Bedo creates fine-art photographic images using traditional films in vintage and antique view cameras. These images, in color and black and white, are offered here as archival ink-jet prints; individually and as portfolios.