Urban Landscapes: catching a reflection

BANKER’S HALL, CALGARY, ALBERTA

These skyscrapers are one of my favourite urban landscapes in the city I call home. I’ve photographed them in the first light of sunrise and, in this case, late afternoon winter light. Seeing the possibility for a reflection, I set up the tripod near the windows of a building across the street and made horizontal and vertical photographs. I think this is the best of the bunch from this spot. Nikon D90, polarizing filter.

Click on the picture for a larger view.

Want to buy any of these photographs? Email me and I’ll make it happen! (fdking@hotmail.com).

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6 thoughts on “Urban Landscapes: catching a reflection

  1. Az épület nagyon szép, erőt áraszt a látványa és a délutáni kékes fény remekül érzékelteti ezt a hatást, de ahhoz hogy ezt jól érzékeljük, a fotós remek látás módja kell. Nagyon jó foto

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