CONTEMPORARY ART ON CITIES WALLS / STREET MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY: THE NOTTINGHAM FILES CRACKS ‘N’ SCRATCHES: THE NOTTINGHAM FILES is a video I created for my Lacer/actions project and research about torn and decomposed publicity posters, natural cracks and scratches, industrial and urban decompositions. Yes, free contemporary artworks are on the cities walls (and we usually do not see them). All the pics presented in the video are not paintings, but…simple macro photos of the reality around us. This is street macro photography. The images of the video were taken at the old buildings at Bartons Plc (Chilwell, Nottingham, UK) and at Beeston Marina. I thanks for the collaboration: Simon, Tom and James Barton; Marysia Zipser, Founder of ACT Group. Soundtrack: “Essence 2” by Audionautix, Creative Common, http://www.audionautix.com For info: firstname.lastname@example.org Frame from the video – By Roberto Alborghetti Condividi:TwitterFacebookLinkedInPinterestE-mailStampaTumblrRedditWhatsAppMi piace:"Mi piace" Caricamento... Correlati
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I also enjoyed seeing the last few contextual shots. A glimpse of the larger world that your macro shots explore. I thought they were a nice touch.
Have a great weekend.
Best wishes and stay safe, Mr C 🙂
Many many thanks dear Mr. C for your nice comments that I really appreciate. They come for a great photographer who loves to observe the world where we live in. Have a nice weekend!