Michigan Theatre Detail

April 6, 2006

Michigan Theatre detail

Michigan Theatre detail, photo by I am Jacques Strappe.

Marjorie says "Worth looking at big, the detail on this building is amazing."

On Monday (April 10, 2006) Marjorie will be the subject of our second Michigan Photographer Profile. We'll ask her some questions about herself and her photography and look at a bunch of her pictures.


Michigan Photographer Profile II

Prequel: Michigan Theatre Detail

Day I: Michigan Photographers: Michpics Talks with Marjorie O'Brien

Day II: Michigan Photographers: Marjorie O'Brien Answers Reader Questions

Day III: Michigan Photographers: Marjorie's Favorite

6 Responses to “Michigan Theatre Detail”

  1. Erich Z Says:

    This is the one in Jackson right? I just went there yesterday and wished I had a longer lens with me. My first impression was that it was drab compared to Ann Arbor’s, but the detail really shines here.

    What was your gear for the shot?

  2. michpics Says:

    Erich, if you click on the photo, you'll go to Flickr where you can (if the photo was taken with a digital) get all kinds of EXIF data. I see she used a Nikon E995. Thanks for inspiring me to write a brief how-to explaining this!


  3. [...] Well, as we will run our second Michigan Photographer Profile next week, I thought it fitting that we look back in our our first subject, Matt Callow. [...]

  4. Jimtown Says:

    Marjorie,
    You’ve recently returned from a trip to Austria and have been to Canada and a variety of states. What is your impression of Michigan after seeing a little bit of the world?

  5. Michael McDermott Says:

    Majorie,

    Great work! I love the exquisite detail that’s visible in your work.

    My question(s) for you is, how much of an impact has your father had on your photography? i.e., would you consider him to be a major influence? Thank you.

  6. uncle Bob Says:

    Marjorie,
    Nice shot. I like the light and sky which contrast the detail.
    The marquis reminds me of the Warner Theater in Torrington.

    Love, Bob


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