A Year in Photographs

Series 12 — Cinema De’ Medici by Adrian Galli

Project Kr, a Year in Photographs, I ended up in Italy visiting my father in Lucca. During my visit I had the opportunity to put my cinematic eye to photographing a special house of the Medici family.

Black and white, a feel for the turn of the last century, 1930’s cinema, and a 23mm focal length. Shot on FujiFilm and processed on iPad Pro using Pixelmator Photo.

Coming soon, Series 13.

Series 11 — Chicago Alleys by Adrian Galli

Project Kr, A Year in Photographs, I search out the very thing that makes Chicago unique to so many other urban environments, alleys. From the Chicago Fire (1871), the city learned the importance of the prevention of the spread of fire. Creating alleys gateway to public safety, street sanitation, and some very interesting photographs.

Coming soon, Series 12.

Series 7 — Traveling Home Night by Adrian Galli

Project Kr, a Year in Photography, Series 7 is a trip home at night. Not worrying about sharpness, focus, and not even slowing my city-walk stride, these photographs are point of view shots of my trip home.

I’m a minimalist and very much a purist with my photography but this “shoot from the hip” photography gave me the opportunity to let go of my normal creative desires and enjoy the chaos of low shutter speeds, motion blur, missed focus, and something strange framing but also mix in my favorite high contrast, black and white photography. And a few homages to previous series.

Series 8 coming March 22nd.

Series 5 — Remnants by Adrian Galli

Project Kr, A Year in Photographs, Series 5 takes me to Panama City, Florida; the site of Hurricane Michael’s destruction. Near six months later, I document some of what one will see in this area.

Having spent many years along the Emerald Coast, one can’t truly appreciate how it has changed. Tree are stripped of their leaves, landmarks completely gone, and sometimes one feels like this is more of a war zone than a place with people’s homes, businesses, families, and schools.

More than one hundred images are actually part of this series. So vast, relative to the previous four series, that not all will be seen here at the moment. A special “super” series will follow. These are some of my favorites.

Series 6, coming March 2nd, 2019