Photography

Patterns and Geometry

As as I am drawn to create more minimal sometime abstract images, I can’t but be captivated by patterns. Patterns not in the usual way. Patterns are all around us. They are an innate parts of most art mediums. Our ability to recognise patterns is a baseline skill for the human eye. It is a […]

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architecture, Photography

Stacked

while answering some questions for an article earlier last week, I came across a question that I haven’t been able to get out of my mind. It revolves around the dark and moody look to my images. Although I have quite a few dark images and love creating them, I would not particularly say that […]

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architecture, Behind The Image

The beauty of light

If you google light in photography, you will find all types of guides on understanding artificial and natural light and how to shape it for various uses. There’s nothing wrong with these sources however this isn’t what I want to talk about. For me, there is nothing more intriguing to me than dark, moody and […]

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Behind The Image, Photography

Getting out of my comfort zone

As an individual with a very short attention span, I try new things often in photography. I have never shared them until now. The reason why I try new is because I hate feeling complexent with my work. So when I start to feel stagnant or whenever I feel like I am going around in […]

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About Gears, Photography

Minimal Gear For My architectural Photography

After purchasing my first DSLR, I distinctively remember being very excited and my choice. Since my aim was to learn, I purchased every magazine out there that had a “How To……………” on the cover. Inside every one of these magazines, I found a new camera or new lens review, a camera comparison and with all […]

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Behind The Image, Photography

Discretion

While putting together the slideshow for my first ever talk, I mentioned that I always name my images. Naming each one of the images that I create is a way for me to further personalise my image. Since the main subject of the images that I share is architecture, it is easy to assume that […]

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Behind The Image, Photography

The Towers II

The image that I am sharing with you all today is my take on the Deutch Bank Twin Towers. The towers share a 4,660 m foundation slab,  which is 4 m or 13ft  thick in the middle and tapers towards the edges to 2.5 m. The panel consists of 16,122 m3 (569,300 cu ft) of reinforced concrete. The formation depth is approximately 13 m (43 ft) […]

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