It’s been a busy week, so I haven’t had much time to continue working on my photos from the Fox Theatre. On top of that, I went on a fantastic shoot today in an abandoned elementary school, and now I’m totally into working on those photos, so it’ll be a little while before I get back to the Fox photos. In the meantime, though, I thought I’d share a couple of the less serious photos — at least from a subject-matter perspective — from the Fox Theatre.
One of the many things the Fox is known for is it’s interesting restroom architecture, which is why I was shooting in the restroom. (Just felt I needed to explain that. :-)) These photos were taken in the women’s restroom. There’s a very elaborate lounge attached to the women’s bathroom but, clearly, these are not from there. (I believe I do have some of the lounge, though they’re still in the unprocessed pile.)
Lastly, when you think of the Fox Theatre, you think two things: architecture and color. Just to be a little contrary I suppose, I went with two photos that pretty much don’t fall into either of those categories, though you certainly might be able to argue that the shot of the sinks is an architecture photo. Yes, but not “architecture” in the same sense as the rest of the Fox Theatre.
Let me know what you think! And if you’d like to check out what I’ve posted so far, please check out my Fox Theatre set on Flickr. Thanks!