Following my City Centre wander on the 3rd of May, I really enjoyed the architectural photographs which focused on the apparent symmetry of buildings.
With these photographs in mind, I took my camera out yesterday at lunchtime to see if I could add some more similar images to my portfolio.
The lead image is my favourite of the day, the facade of the rear of the NCP Car Park on Glasgow’s Glassford Street.
The precise horizontal and vertical lines give the impression of having been shot with a tilt shift lens. However, that’s not a piece of glass I have in my kit bag. Therefore the converging verticals were all corrected in LightRoom.
The final shot of my outing continued with the geometric nature of the architectural shots above, but with more emphasis on colour and shadow:
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