Single Frame Twilight

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.

Please Advise/Critique Me!

Hey all,

First time posting. I am a photographer looking to start my architectural/interiors photography business. I am currently shooting on a crop sensor nikon d5200 which I would eventually like to upgrade to a full frame.
So my question (in your opinion) is what could I be doing to improve the quality of my shots either...

Rate my architecture skills

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

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque at Sunset

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...


First time on fstoppers :) Dreamed about defying gravity, woke up and made this. Model was shot in Chicago. Architecture is from the Galaxy Soho in Beijing. Thanks!

Reaching high

Standing at the base of such huge buildings is truly incredible. I only wish I had a wider lens at the time! I tried to capture the different textures and lights as best I could.

Peter Lik's Bedroom

Recently I did a lifestyle model shoot for my client inside the penthouse of Peter Liks condo at Veer Towers in Las Vegas. After seeing all the details and design within the unit I asked if I could go back on the weekend to shoot the unit for myself. I loved all the architectural elements and details throughout, here's my attempt on capturing...

Architectural London

I'm not an architectural photographer but walking trough the east side of London I came across the modern architecture and I couldn't help myself from taking photographs of the buildings surrounding me. Please give me some feedback on what I could do different or think about!


Hello everyone.
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-...