In case you missed my recent posts on photographers  Anthony Redpath and Bartlomeij Lurka from my newest favorite site for showcasing great photographers, Photography Served, I’ll bring it up from time to time as I come across additional photographers that strike a chord with me.  I can’t show any of the work of this next photographer because of copyrights, but Jonathan Hillyer‘s photography of the High Museum of Art in Atlanta is spectacular.  I have an affinity for architectural photography, particularly modern work such as the High Museum of Art so I am a bit biased.  But Hillyer captured the details and form of the museum in such a way that it brings the museum to life.  You can check out more of Hillyer’s architectural photography work here but be sure to take some time to go through the galleries of Photography Served.  It is well worth it.

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