1) Tranamerica Building - San Francisco
2) Luther Towers - Wilmington DE
3) Buerger Center CHOP - Philadelphia
4) CN Tower - Toronto
1) Tranamerica Building - San Francisco
Each image captured at different times in the day. Feel free to give your thoughts and opinions on these images.
Hello, I did a job for a company. Architectural photos to be exact. I received the first deposit payment even before starting the postprocessing on the photos. Now that I am finished with them I have sent a second and final invoice and waiting to receive the payment!
My question is:
The company asked me to write them that I will not...
it's my first post in this group. I'm not into urban photography, but I travel to a lot of historic villages, I've done it for years all over France mainly, with no real photographic eye. Some are lucky compositions, most are snapshots. My experience though is that it's quite difficult. The tentation first is to take it all in one...
Hi to all, my first post here!
Doing photography as a hobby, but would like to improve! So suggestions are always welcome.
This picture was taken with a Sony a6000, and a sigma 30mm f1.4. I thing the camera is capable of more then I'm achieving on it so any advice would be great.
It had just rained in some parts of Houston, but the location had just finished a huge downpour about 20 minutes earlier. I managed to get up on the roof of the garage and captivate the beautiful rainbow sunset tones rising on the building and amazing pink tones of the sky sunset receding behind me.
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I'm a new photographer trying to break out of my snapshotty ways. I took these photos at the Los Angeles Natural History Museum the other day and I've shown my friends and coworkers who are much more experienced photographers and all seem to like them, but I'm looking for more impartial criticism. Y'all don't know me and don't...
A traditional Chinese architectural located in Hong Kong. As there was no light in this environment, I took this shot with long exposure with my tripod.
This is the old Laurens County Courthouse, sitting in the middle of the town square in Laurens, SC. It was constructed in 1837-1838, and is a granite ashlar and brick Greek Revival style building. The original projecting porticoes in the front and rear have four Corinthian order columns and two simple pilasters. Wings were added in 1858, and in...
Im very new to architecture photography. This my two shot of the ext and int of OHSU building. Any advices to improve the image would be thankful.
Hello. First time posting here for constructive criticism. These are "flambients" for the most part. The square-ish crops are stitched frames with 24mm tilt shift. My client's goal was to show Net Zero homes don't necessarily need to be cold, sterile, contemporary. They can be cozy and traditional which is the prevailing style in my area (ugh...
Kinderdijk is situated in the Alblasserwaard polder at the Netherlands. To drain the polder, a system of 19 windmills was built around 1740. This group of mills is the largest concentration of old windmills in the Netherlands. They have been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1997.
Ive recently really been getting into interior shots and would like to start shooting some real estate. Is there any feedback I can get on these images with anything you like or things I can improve on? Thank you!
The other day I decided to photograph a Building from a world-famous Japanese architect. I have no intentions to sell any of the work I have done I just but make it part of my portfolio. Has anyone been in this position before or questioned this before? I would like to know if it would be even legal to publish it as part of...
Hello everybody, what fisheye should I get for my Nikon D750? I am looking for a diagonal fisheye lens!!! I am struggling because I can only find lenses for DX bodies or circular ones... HELP!!!
I was wandering around the city and ended up in a parking ramp and took this shot. I think it's an interesting perspective. I like using parking ramps, because usually it's not an issue to take a few pictures and it can give you a different vantage point that's not always publicly accessible from other buildings/structures.