Gary Annett's photography personifies the ability to look at something from multiple perspectives and portray its various forms of beauty. His photographs depict various elements of a regular city and its grandeur characteristics (especially the auditorium pictures).
Individuals that take the time to analyze his work can agree that his timing and shot preparations are impeccable. His photographs almost look as if they have been manufactured digitally, for the perfect lighting and shadows cast by objects in each frame look unbelievably precise. His diverse talent as a photographer can be seen through photographs depicting human movement where the subjects' moving limbs are blurred against their sharply defined environments. Gary Annett stays away from close-up photographs and uses long shots to emphasize the grandeur of his pictures in this sequence.