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Julius Shulman Photos this Month on ArchitecturalDigest.com

Posted by larrylohrman on August 16, 2007


This month ArchitecturalDigest.com has images by the great Architectural Photographer Julius Shulman. These photos are a retrospective look at photos of architecture designed by the famous architect Richard Neutra.

Is that a light reflecting in the far window? We have to cut Shulman some slack… he didn’t have Photoshop to fix reflection problems.

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3 Responses to “Julius Shulman Photos this Month on ArchitecturalDigest.com”

  1. Looking at the shadows, not a light reflection, but a speedlight almost hidden behind the curtains. 🙂

  2. I have an opportunity to meet Julius Shulman (I am friends with Richard Neutra’s grandson who knows him). Anyway I have a book by Mr. Shulman called “Malibu: A Century of Living by the Sea” and some of the homes look as if they are lit by a small strobe alone. For those of you who have this book, look on page 195 – bottom photo. To me, it is not a very good photo. I don’t quite understand his reasoning for doing this – other than maybe he was pressed for time. It looks as if he just aimed a strobe in the center of a dark room. Anyway, I love most of his work and cannot wait to meet him! He’s 95 I think and has invited me to go on a photo shoot with him soon. I hope to learn by watching him shoot a home.

    David

  3. David,
    Wow what an opportunity it is to meet and go on a shoot with Julius Shulman. I’d like to hear how it goes and be interested in any observations or things you learn while working with Mr. Shulman.

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