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Carver Biomedical Research Facility – U. of Iowa

12/20/2010:

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Memorial Tower – Louisiana State University

11/28/2010:


Shearman Fine Arts Building

11/9/2010:

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to http://www.toddlandryphotography.com/?page_id=20.  Please note the change and continue to visit.

A night shot of the Shearman Fine Arts Building at McNeese State University in Lake Charles, LA.  Project start date: Feb. 11, 2008. Official public opening: May 7, 2010. Cost: $15.7 million. 59,918 total square feet that includes: 526-seat theatre and stage, dressing rooms, theatre control booth, costume and scene shops, concessions and ticket office, grand gallery, sculpture and ceramics studios, 3-D studio, kiln patio, digital photography studio, art history/visual resource center, classrooms, faculty offices, balcony exhibition gallery, rehearsal hall, ensemble room, choral library, performing arts department suite and storage areas.

Capture Notes: Nikon D90

Tokina AF 11.0-16.0 mm f/2.8
5 exposures at 11mm, f13, ISO 200

Processing Notes: Photomatix 4 – HDR and tonemapping
Photoshop CS5
Nik Color Efex Pro –  Pro Contrast, Tonal Contrast, Glamour Glow
Viveza 2


An Honest Day’s Work

11/9/2010:

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The statue at the entrance to McNeese St University in Lake Charles, LA.  The statue, titled “An Honest Day’s Work,” was designed by Fred Fellows of Sonoita, Ariz. He is known for Western figure-genre paintings and sculpture that commemorate cowboy life.  The sculpture, which depicts an 1870-to-1880s-period cowboy, was selected because it resembled the university’s logo. It stands 11 feet tall without the base and is 9 feet 6 inches long and 7 feet wide. It weighs about 2,800 pounds.


Shearman Fine Arts Building – McNeese St. University

11/8/2010:

Another image from my commercial shoot of buildings for Champeaux, Evans, Hotard Architects in Lake Charles, LA. This is the theater taken from the stage.  I am going to be moving my blog to this location: http://www.toddlandryphotography.com/?page_id=20.  I hope that you will all make this change.


Shearman Fine Arts Building – McNeese St University

11/2/2010:

Another photo from my series of shots of buildings designed by Champeaux, Evans, Hotard Architects in Lake Charles, LA. This is the Shearman Fine Arts Building at McNeese State University. Project start date: Feb. 11, 2008. Official public opening: May 7, 2010. Cost: $15.7 million. 59,918 total square feet that includes: 526-seat theatre and stage, dressing rooms, theatre control booth, costume and scene shops, concessions and ticket office, grand gallery, sculpture and ceramics studios, 3-D studio, kiln patio, digital photography studio, art history/visual resource center, classrooms, faculty offices, balcony exhibition gallery, rehearsal hall, ensemble room, choral library, performing arts department suite and storage areas.


Boyd Hall – Louisiana State University

9/29/2010:

Built in 1924 and named for David Boyd Hall, considered one of LSU’s founding fathers. Boyd was the first president of the newly named Louisiana State University. This hall is the architectural twin of Thomas Boyd hall. David Boyd hall houses the Graduate School and the Office of Research and Economic Development.