Friday, February 20, 2015

Winter Architectural Photography

Winter architectural photography presents its only special challenges, the available daylight hours are fewer, the sun is much lower in the sky and there's a distinct absence of greenery.  Their are advantage to it though, for instance this point of view in summer would be quite different as the trees in the centre of the shot would be blocking a fair bit of the building.  The thin band of snow on the ground hardly factors into the over all photograph at all - in fact, it looks quite nice I think.  This is the PAW Centre at the University of Alberta.

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