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2011-04-23 01:28:40
Single.. Dandy :)
2010-08-20 20:44:06
Lovely photo!
2010-08-20 15:07:35
The uniformity of exposure makes me wonder if was this done by "light painting"? An old pro photographer once explained how he had done theater interiors with an open shutter by hand-illuminating (painting) every area in the shot with a flood light (while wearing a black hood).
2010-08-20 08:39:28
Beautiful, White Eagle
2010-08-20 07:51:18
Opera House Series by photographer David Leventi. His photographs have been widely published in Culture + Travel, Vanity Fair, T: The New York Times Style Magazine, BlackBook, Travel & Leisure, Best Life, Forbes, I.D. Magazine, New York, LIFE Magazine, Time Out New York, and Time Out New York Kids. Leventi's personal work includes retracing his family's history and his great-grandfather's resistance to fascism and communism in Romania, which was featured as a photo essay in the second issue of Culture + Travel magazine (Nov/Dec 2006). Leventi was selected by Photo District News as one of 2007's Top 30 Emerging Photographers. In 2008, his work was included in Communication Arts Photography Annual and in American Photography 24 as well as receiving two Graphis Gold awards and being listed among the Critical Mass Top 50 Finalists by Photolucida. His advertising work includes projects for Pentagram, Concrete Brand Imaging Group, The Howard Gilman Foundation, Knoll International and R 20th Century Design. One of his recent projects was the extensive photo documentation of White Oak Plantation in Florida for Concrete Brand Imaging Group. Leventi's current project, titled "Bjoerling's Larynx," records the interiors of world-famous opera houses. Photographed with a large-format view camera, this body of work is architecturally meticulous. The large prints historically document these national landmarks, capturing rows of velvet seats, ornate private boxes, chandeliers and gilt decorations in incredible detail. He is represented by Greenhouse Reps and shows with Bonni Benrubi Gallery. See more at