In last week’s ‘Fine Art Monochrome’ challenge I was tempted to use this unedited image of a metal staircase in the Bridgeport Brewing Company down in Portland.
But I decided to keep it for this week’s challenge of metal, and then add a few more images of metal staircases, all the rest run through the photo app Stackables and selected for their modern graphic qualities.
Metal stairs in Brussel’s Atomium run through the formula ‘Crystaline’ to make it look like an illustration for a 50s space age cartoon. Metal stairs in Dublin’s Decorative Arts Museum run through the photo app Stackables formula ‘Soft Blur’.Metal stairs in the Aarhus ARoS Art Museum using the Stackables formula ‘Last Summer’.Gleaming metal stairs in a Vancouver Gallery using the Stackables formula ‘Frozen Souls’. This formula makes it look as if the image is printed on a sheet of scratched metal.Metal stairs in Vancouver’s Roundhouse using the Stackables formula ‘Haven’.Detail of the serrated grippy metal of the above stairs, also using ‘Haven’.Spiral staircase in Mexico run through the photo app Stackables formula ‘Old Postcard’.Shadows created by perforated steel stairs using the Stackables formula ‘Sky Glow’. Shadow of the metal staircase at old Emily Carr School of Art run though the photo app Stackables.This metal and glass spiral staircase in Argentina, viewed from underneath, looked good in almost every formula, but I have not been able to find which one I used in this particular case. More of Ryan Photography’s Photo for the Week: Metal.