Belmont High School, Dayton, Ohio
Client: Levin Porter Associates, Dayton, Ohio

This image presented several challenges: From this vantage point the extreme width of the subject required several wide-angle photos at different angles to encompass the entire structure, which were later stitched together digitally. But, to further complicate matters, the building faces north; because the entire north elevation was in shadow on this sunny day, it was necessary to make several different exposures (from too light, to a good average, to too dark) at each of the several angles, then process them through an HDR (high dynamic range) application. Finally, the sky on that day was uninteresting, so I used a sky from my personal archive of sky photos. To create this image required a total of ten individual photographs.