I’ve been feeling moderately creative lately, so I thought I’d take my chances and capture some of those delusions.
Ultimately, I found myself shooting funny looking buildings, not dressed for the frosty occasion, in the midst of winds fierce enough to take the entirety of my tripod+camera with them.
The images turned out okay, and I got to work my angle wizardry, so all is well.
This is Austria’s tallest building. Construction was finished not too long ago. It’s a fancy hotel with office floors, so the place looks pretty neat design-wise.
I wanted to give this one a title, but nothing good came to mind. I’ll revisit it later. Maybe. Same with the post title.
The waves look a lot like sand dunes on the RAW file…
Seeing all kinds of weird shapes and contraptions is probably my favourite aspect of architectural photography. Playing with, and seemingly liquifying, geometric forms is fun. Also, I actually managed to use the tiny (14mm focal length on m43) moon.
Color. I want to invest myself in color. I stumbled upon inspiration that had me radically rethink how I see color in photography. With the few ideas I have, I will attempt to output new takes on color photography with (one of) the next post(s).
This may be my favourite from the crop. I think the composition really works and it has something unidentifiable.
Next up is dreamy afternoon kind of stuff, if everything goes as planned.