2 thoughts on “Alison Peterson”

  1. The repetition of arcs and lines in these images move the eye across the entire photo. There is a nice sense of movement. . . ebb and flow in these rather static structures.

  2. The second photo here, in my opinion, is really well-shot and developed. A totally clean and empty auditorium is uniformly covered in an ashen grey, giving the viewer a sense of the post-apocalyptic. The only critique I have is that the vertical lines are a bit off, something a quick edit could fix, if it wasn’t intentional. I am not quite as drawn to the first photo; perhaps it is a little too dark, but I do like the interesting perspective and plentiful use of repeated line.

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