Architecture & Buildings Photography

This is an HDR photo of the Jama Masjid, produced with a combination of approximately 9 different images. All of these images were shot with a 2-second interval timer, and with varying levels of exposure.

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My Architecture Photography Experiments

 

Over the last one year, I have had several opportunities for Architecture Photography.  I have done photo-shoots at several architecture marvels, including the Taj Mahal, Qutab Minar, Jamali Kamali, Jama Masjid in Delhi.

 

Architecture Photography of Jumma Masjid in Delhi at Iftaar
This is an HDR photo of the Jama Masjid, produced with a combination of approximately 9 different images. All of these images were shot with a 2-second interval timer, and with varying levels of exposure.

Every location has its own distinct character from an architecture photography perspective.  Some locations are best shot in natural sunset / sunrise.  Many buildings, though, require that I be present during the middle of the day to capture the real architecturally significant parts, such as the geometry of the pillars inside the courtyard.

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Overall, my learning of this form of architecture photography continues.  I look forward to my occasional trips out of the country every year to explore more countries for the different forms of building styles, challenging my own architecture photography skills.

Here are some more samples from my Architecture Photography series, I hope you enjoy these.  Feel free to let me know in the comments.

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