More about stephen shore's work
Shore was one of 10 photographers whose work was shown in 1975 at the George Eastman House in the "New Topographics: Photography of a Man-Altered Landscape."
This pioneering exhibit showed a reimagined landscape: stark and banal. It flew in the face of conventional landscape work, like that of Ansel Adams, and invited viewers to explore the impacts and aesthetic of urban sprawl on the landscape, and their lives.
As I shot I reflected on how easily I am distracted — how important it is to really focus on projects, goals and bodies of work.
I almost always shoot black and white, but since Shore shot color, I attempted to process a few of my images with a look reminiscent of his work. As you can see, I left the dust spots alone.
I was disappointed in the scan quality almost as much as my images. Not sure how the images got out of order in my Lightroom template, either. Haha.