Xiomaro Discusses Photographing Historic Homes on the "Candid Frame"
I heard a great interview today on one of my favorite podcasts The Candid Frame. The host, Ibarionex Perello, has a conversation with Xiomaro (pronounced SEE-oh-MAH-ro) who has done several series of photographs of historic homes commissioned by the National Park Service. These include American Impressionist painter J. Alden Weir's house and Theodore Roosevelt's Sagamore Hill home. The photographs of the rooms and details of the fixtures and ornamentation show the beautiful patina they have acquired. Xiomaro's use of natural light and the occasional addition of minimal lighting results in Chiaroscuro which evokes a solemn mood in the viewer. I recommend a visit to Xiomaro's web site http://www.xiomaro.com
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