I visited this mosque like every other tourist when I visited the United Arab Emirates. I went during the day and it was quite amazing. Photography wasn't the goal of this trip so I wasn't timing my shots for perfect photos. A few days later, while I was still in the UAE, I came across some sunset photos of the mosque and was blown away how...
The Fulton Centre in NYC officially opened back in 2014 and serves as a transit hub for a number of subway lines operating through Manhattan. The centrepiece is the Sky Reflector Net, with its hundreds of aluminum mirrors that provide natural sunlight up to four stories underground, and is the first skylight in the NYC subway system since the...
My latest image .... Sony 6500, Sony Zeiss Vario-Tessar T* FE 16-35mm F4 ZA OSS and lee filter.....Comments and critics are welcome
HI All, I'm new to the group and just wanted to introduce myself. My name is Linda McManus, I am based in Bucks County PA. I've been shooting both residential and commercial architecture and interiors for 20+ years and am always learning. Look forward to connecting and sharing ideas in our trade. I've shared some images of completed projects. I...
This is NOT HDR. I did run a 7 shot, 1 stop bracket to make sure I had what I needed, but the final image was made from a single frame and processed mostly in LR. It's pretty dramatic (maybe too much) but my client loves these. Just throwing it out for comments.
First Post! Curious what you think of these photos I shot for Kohler's showroom in Vancouver. Not a lot of light added as it was already lit to look the best it could (as a showroom). I sometimes struggle with getting my whites really white. Composition wise I was fairly happy with most of them!
Let me know what you think! Thanks!
With its "shell" look, the Sydney Opera House is one of the most iconic and visited building in the world.
I've taken this photo few days ago but the editing still not convincing me.... Any suggestions?
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I recently bought a UWA lense (Sigma 8-16mm) in order to fulfill my desire to take this picture
No, I'm not looking to merge 20 photos at .1 EV stop differentials into one beige image hahah.
I shoot real estate, and spend countless hours of my life merging my shots (3 shots, 3EV differences) over and over again. One house can have 80 merges.
Shift, click, Option M, enter, enter. Repeat until delirious.
On a mission...
This apartment was built in urban resident and has square look windows make it unique in its place. The shot was taken in stormy and moody day.
Just have a quick question in regards to selling some large prints.
I have taken a few images around the city all with a similar feel of architecture/ high rises. All of them have been taken on public property (footpath). I was just curious whether I would need permission from the architects/owners of the buildings first...
i attached 2 versions of a shot i took for a cafe at Cairo, the first one is the raw without any edit, the second is after my full post processing from about 6 shots with different lighting.
let me know if you think it is over processed or it is fine, taking into consideration that the violet lighting the architect didn't...
this in one of my all time favorite images. i've put a lot of thought in it. at different days, different times. this is the one i liked the most. What do you guys think?
It's a 400 second exposure (ND filter+Polarizer) with my sigma 10-20 and the Canon 60D
A stunning set of stairs (multiple stairs) inside a former sanatorium in Georgia, Eurasia - would love to see any thoughts you have? More fine art than photography as such I know, but this is the only group that fits.
Someone knows in which Mike Kelley tutorial (#1 or #2) can I learn to post produce the basics of my images?
Things like white balance and sharp, control of shadows and illuminations, camera RAW tips and prepare my images for a good print. I took tutorial # 3 because I work with hotels, but I want to start post-...
I captured this image of the great room in a multi-million dollar home last week for one of my clients. It was a cloudy day and the views were not as good as they could have been.
I put this together after the tail end of a series of small rain storms and cloudy days. The building used to the train station and is now home to a newspaper. The clock has been stuck at 10 after 12 for quite some time.