Hours of Idleness-A Photographer's Journey in St. Louis

Art Museum Expansion

Posted in 35mm, film, photography by Jason Gray on January 24, 2010

One week ago on Tuesday, the St. Louis Art Museum broke ground on its expansion project. As some of you know, I’ve managed to take some shots documenting the process. Mind you, I am not attempting to provide straight coverage of the changes, as that would be impossible given the restraints on my time and my accessibility. Instead, what I’ve tried to do is approach the subject in the same way that I’ve approached photographing the museum all along, by responding intuitively to what I see. These were all shot on Fuji Superia 400ISO Film with the Nikon N80 and Nikkor 50mm f/1.8D Lens.

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