Hélène Binet captures Zaha Hadid Architect's newly opened Port House in Antwerp. Swiss-French photographer Hélène Binet has shot the recently completed port authority building in Antwerp by Zaha Hadid Architects, which features a huge glazed volume mounted on its roof.
Binet photographed Port House ahead of its inauguration last week. The building is one of a string of projects designed by the late architect Zaha Hadid that are due to be completed this year. About Andy Yeung - Andy Yeung. About me: My name is Andy Yeung and I’m a photographer keen on landscape, architecture and travel photography.
A decade has past since I picked up my very first camera in 2005. I'm still in love...with the the creative process in photography. I’m based in Hong Kong from where I travel extensively. 10 Tips for Dark, Abstract and Dramatic Architecture Photos - Photography Tips. 1.
Be Ready Get your gear ready for serious long exposures together. A sturdy tripod, a cable release or remote, strong ND-Filters (I use a ND3.0 and a ND1.8 and stack them in bright daylight) and some kind of calculator or app for the very long exposure calculation. Frank van der Salm. Project on Image Project on image started in 2010 and is still ongoing...
A small introduction: after working in cities and metropoles around the world for quite some time, the total body of work created can be 'read' as a personal view of 'the contemporary city': an urban environment reflected in concrete, glass and image, movement and light, recognisable and familiar, but alienating at the same time: hard to locate and in need of individuals. That city has been built... David Clapp Landscape and Travel Photography. Reliant Energy Plaza Photographed for Eastdil. Markus Brunetti. Vaults: Mesmerizing Patterns on Cathedral Ceilings. The next time you find yourself in a Romanesque or Gothic european church, cathedral or basilica, lay down on the floor and cast your eyes up to the mesmerizing ceiling.
Built between the 12th and 16th centuries, it’s hard to believe the level of detail and variation in these marvels of architecture from over half a millennia ago. The designs, full of intricately repeating ribbed diamonds and triangles, look like kaleidoscopic designs carved from stone… actually, that’s not far from the truth. Interiors — Michael Kelley Photography. Recent work by fernando guerra - fotografia de arquitectura. David Schalliol - Isolated Building Studies. The Isolated Building Studies are the visual confluence of my interests in urban dynamism, socioeconomic inequality and photography.
By using uniform composition in photographs of Chicago buildings with no neighboring structures, I hope to draw attention to new ways of seeing the common impact of divergent investment processes on urban communities. Isolated buildings are particularly useful for the exploration of neighborhood transformation and its social correlates because they are immediately recognized as unusual. As urban buildings, their form illustrates their connection with adjacent structures: vertical, boxy, an architecture confined by palpably limited parcels. When their neighboring buildings are missing, a tension emerges: the urban form clashes with the seemingly suburban, even rural setting. Thoughtfully engaging the landscape requires further investigation to resolve this tension: Why is this building isolated? On one level, the details are helpful.
Before and After — Michael Kelley Photography Inc. Creating a Time Slice - COOPH - The Cooperative of Photography. Photographer Dan Marker-Moore creates fascinating images by stitching a collection of timelapse images into a single image.
The technique is called “time-slicing” and involves taking photographs from the same position throughout the day – beautifully capturing the transition of light across a landscape. A Contemporary South African Home with Spectular 360° Views. Perched on the slopes of Cape Town’s iconic Lion’s Head mountain, this four-storey contemporary home by SAOTA was literally built for the views.
The steep site was ideal, framed by the mountain from behind and facing uninterrupted views of the Atlantic seaboard – a striking panorama that includes Robben Island, Campus Bay and the Twelve Apostles. SAOTA designed the home accordingly, reducing walls, columns and even mullions wherever possible. Todd hido houses. Rencontre avec Dirk Braeckman. Andreas Gursky and ‘The Iron Cage of Boredom’ The Rhine II, 1999 Here they all seem somewhat boring, or somehow ruined by human presence and human artifacts.
The Iron Cage of Boredom By Julian Stallabrass There is something very straightforward about Andreas Gursky’s photographs. It is as though he holds up a peopled landscape or a building or a workplace for our inspection, saying simply, ‘here it is’. Gursky’s big, colour images encourage two distinct modes of viewing: from afar, standing in the middle of the gallery, and as we must look at them when reproduced at a small fraction of their size upon the page; or very close up, with our noses against the glass, like nineteenth-century viewers of the first photographs with their pocket lenses.
Two of the most widespread strategies used by fine artists when faced with the embarrassment of photography’s indiscriminate recording take opposite forms, though both approach formalism. Paris Montparnasse, 1993. Andreas Gurksy's solo exhibition at Museum Kunstpalast (Germany) 99 Cent I, 2001 The work of world-renowned art photographer Andreas Gursky (b. 1955 in Leipzig, Germany) who lives and works in Düsseldorf, Germany represents a revaluation of realism within contemporary photography through conceptual staging and digital image editing.
For his exhibition at the Museum Kunstpalast Gursky has selected 60 works from his oeuvre. Waiving a chronological hanging the mix of old and new, small and very large format works allows new and unusual views of Gursky’s photography. The spectrum of Gursky’s work includes topics such as architecture, landscape, interiors, as well as large events with huge crowds. Paris Roof Tops Photographed by Michael Wolf. For more than 15 years, Munich-born photographer Michael Wolf has been observing life in the cities, which has resulted in a unique and iconic body of work. After moving to Hong Kong in 1994, he created a number of photo series about life in the sprawling, rapidly modernising cities around the region.
In ‘Architecture of Density‘, he focused on the dizzying high-rise apartment buildings in Hong Kong, while in ‘Tokyo Compressions‘ he explored the claustrophobic nature of Tokyo subways during peak hours of daily commute. When Wolf’s wife, an established photo editor, wanted the family to move to Paris in 2008, the photographer decided to turn his lens away from the obvious sites and cliches synonymous with the ‘City of Lights’. Market Hall in Ghent / Marie-José Van Hee + Robbrecht & Daem, by Hufton + Crow (368924) » Loisir. Silent Halls of European Palaces by Massimo Listri. - Yellowtrace. Versailles, France, 2003. Photo © Massimo Listri. Construction — CHRISTOPHER PAYNE. Mabry Campbell Photography. Black and white fine art and long exposure photography and tutorials BWVISION – Black and White fine art photography and long exposure photography.
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Dirk Braeckman. ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHER SCOTT HARGIS. Contributor: John Gollings. Architectural Photographers: Allan Crow. Allan Crow may be, as he humbly puts it, just one of “two blokes that take photos.” But Hufton+Crow, the photography studio founded by him and Nick Hufton ten years ago, has reached far more than humble success. The duo have shot some of the most talked-about architectural works of the last few years -from Zaha Hadid‘s Galaxy Soho to Steven Holl‘s Sliced Porosity Block to BIG‘s Danish Maritime Museum - and have been published in renowned websites and magazines around the world. Baan - photography. Julia Anna Gospodarou. FROM BASICS TO FINE ART | Black and White Photography - Architecture and Beyond by Julia Anna Gospodarou and Joel Tjintjelaar A book on fine art B&W photography with a focus on architectural fine art and long exposure photography (eBook format).
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