Those night shots are all pretty much original. Maybe a slight white balance tweak here and there, but pretty much straight from camera.Mr. Anderson said:Really nice stuff.
Are the night shots *modified* at all, or are those the colors as you see them?
Love the twilight and city clouds shot (red sky behind the church). The interiors are nice, but for me there something innately wrong with all the walls being white Thats just a personal preference.
I'm looking forward to getting up to Chicago this summer and taking some building shots as well.
What kind of technical details? Lenses used and so forth? Mostly done with the 12-24mm and the 35 f2.0.....Bibulous said:Always enjoy your work. Would also be interested in any of the technical details of your shots, (saved some of the files and used iphoto to see the data) and your thoughts and intentions. Again thanks for posting.
I agree that it's underappreciated. I think i'm gonna try and start travelling more to get a variety of architectural shots. Maybe I can convince some firm to hire me. hehSilencio said:Nice work. Thanks for sharing.
I do think architectural photography is a vastly underappreciated niche. I can't wait for some of the major projects being built in San Francisco (the new De Young Museum by Herzog de Meuron, specifically) to get completed so I can go take some new snaps.