Revival Art is Full of Details.
Revival Art is Full of Details
The Earl and Rachel Smith Strand Theatre is a landmark steeped in history. We attended the Marietta Pops Orchestra Spring Concert in Marietta, GA http://mariettapopsorchestra.org Located on historic Marietta Square, the iconic building opened its doors on Sept. 24, 1935. Built in the elegant Art Deco style of the time, the opulent red and gold auditorium transports visitors back to the Golden Age of cinema. The first movie to be shown at the Strand was “Top Hat” starring Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire. Here is a Classic Clip and another https://youtu.be/jd_z3fpnNpc classic clip. The Strand closed its doors again in 2002 and the building fell into disrepair. It sat vacant and unused, but not unappreciated. Community leaders were determined to restore the building to its former glory and after years of fundraising, the space – now called the Earl and Rachel Smith Strand Theatre – hosted its grand opening in 2009. It has once again become the gem of the Marietta square and the go-to venue for concerts, theatre, and, of course, movies.
What do you see when you look at a photo? Chances are your eyes instinctively lock on to a small part of the image before looking at the whole. That's "Details" for you - zooming in on the tiny stuff that often goes unnoticed and capturing those hidden gems in your shots. You'll need to channel your inner detective skills and keen observation. Get up close and personal with your subject, whether it's a bug, a flower, or even just everyday objects. Bust out that macro lens or get down low to the ground to capture those unique textures, patterns, and shapes that make your subject stand out. Don't be afraid to experiment with different angles and lighting to really make those details pop! Composition is key in this challenge, so get your artistic juices flowing. Play around with different compositions to create visually stunning images. Try using leading lines, the rule of thirds, and funky framing techniques to draw attention to those captivating details. And don't forget to consider the background – it should complement your subject without stealing the show. You're looking for a picture within a picture. So, take a moment or two and create visually captivating images that showcase the beauty and intricacies of the world around us.