Put me in a building with interesting architecture and light, and I feel like a child in a sandbox. Using my camera as my little shovel. Playing with light and lines…
All shots were taken with my Olympus OM-D E-M1X and the mZuiko 12-100mm F/4 Pro Zoom. I mostly used the long end of the focal length to zoom into the details. And for some images I also cropped into more wider shots in post production to really keep the lines clean to create this little portfolio of fine-art architectural photographs. The conversion to black and white was done in Lightroom Classic using a single monochrome preset, to keep the look consistent across all images.
Do you have a clue in which widely known building I took those abstract, architectural photographs? Then please live a comment below. If you have no idea, check back in the coming days, as I will do a post introducing you to the building with some overall and contextual shots.
Next time you are out and about seeing interesting architecture, get creative with your camera and start playing with light and lines ! If you are looking for more inspirations around photography, check out my series “Instant Inspirations” in my free Learning Center.
Have a great Sunday!