Saint Paul Hotel

{1/52} Saint Paul Hotel

Old buildings are great subjects … especially for black and white. The Saint Paul Hotel is no exception. (The lighter building on the left is the Lowry.)

I know the sky is pretty blown out here, but I love how the lines of the buildings move the eye through the image.

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6 thoughts on “Saint Paul Hotel

  1. Love it! And I love the blown out sky anyway. I think gray skies can be a little distracting in BW sometimes. I did my final photography thesis project on industrialism in St. Paul when I was in college! I could sit in Rice Park and take photos all day.

  2. Thank you, Nathalie. Rice Park has a lot of beautiful views, doesn’t it? And I would love to see your thesis project someday.

  3. Nathalie says:

    The final photos are hanging in the guest bedroom at my parent’s house (major points to my mother for hanging 24 gritty factory photos in her house with a smile on her face!). I sadly have all of my negatives filed away in negative boxes.. somewhere. Someday I will have to find a negative scanner and put them in a book.

  4. Then I’ll be able to see them soon. I talked to your mom the other night, and we’re planning to get together soon.

    I hope to get my negatives scanned soon. I think I’ll use ScanCafe.com.

  5. Nathalie says:

    I just checked out scancafe.com. It looks awesome.. and unless negative scanners have come a long way in the last 5 years I know the last thing I want to do is scan them myself. I wonder why it is $0.69 for B&W 35mm negs per frame and only $0.29 for color 35mm.. either way it’s worth it. And then do you still keep the negatives? I know I should eventually get rid of them but I can’t help dreaming of one day being back in the darkroom!

  6. B&W is so much more expensive because those negatives are more fragile, and they do a lot of corrections by hand. They do send the negatives back. The shipping is included in the per-image price.

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