Of Light, Landscape and the Echo of Trains, presented by Todd Halamka

Tuesday, May 25, 2021
7:00 – 8:00 PM (U.S. Central Time), on Zoom
Registration closes on Tuesday, May 24 at 4:30 PM (CT)

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A selection of railroad photography by Todd Halamka comprised of his image making Process, Natural Landscapes, and Urban Landscapes.

 

Todd Halamka, is a practicing architect and founder of Todd Halamka + Partners in downtown Chicago, and a member of board of directors at the Center for Railroad Photography & Art. His focus on railroad photography began in 2011, combining his lifelong love of trains and the outdoors with his fascination for image making.

This event is free.

 

In the Process section of his presentation, Todd will show a continuing interest in how still images, put together in different ways, convey context, movement, and light to elicit viewer’s emotions at a deeper level. In this case it is -40 degrees on a brutally cold Moscow, Russia morning as a unit oil train climbs the Mockba River viaduct, presented as a sequential overlay of three still images, with a progression of transparency from background to foreground.