In a past entry here, I talked about construction photography as a way to extract more value out of architecture projects. What if the in-progress architecture projects could be shot…
Confession: I’m obsessed with shooting into the sun.
I always have been.
But it’s not until recently that I really started to notice the trend in my work. In this article, I bring up the reason I believe this imagery became my jam, share images, and mention how to shoot into the sun and get these sun flares or sun stars.
It’s easy to fall into a creative rut. For Summer Sixteen, I’ve declared that I’ll be intentional with getting myself out in front of more interesting places to photograph. The Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in Waterloo, Ontario is definitely an interesting piece of architecture and only an hour away from London. I’ve taken a few photographs at this location in the past and you can find them on Unsplash (here and here).
With that in mind, I got myself out to explore the architecture of the Perimeter Institute for another time. In this post, I’m sharing 9 of the images; however, I will definitely be sharing more images from this exploration. These shots don’t cover the entire building and I would also like to share some abstract images I took from the area too.