I went back to old subjects to recapture them. This building happens to be one of them and I am proud of he way that this photo turned out. I went back at an earlier time when no one was around to capture it without any human elements. I like how it is not perfect, especially with careful it’s wet sign visibe through the window. I enjoy taking photos of this entrance, I only wish it had a better surrounding. I’m glad that I went on a day that featured a nice sky, which leads to a great reflection. Clear skies are wanting for me:).
Have a great day/night and stay warm,
Love capturing subjects that people normally ignore. These subjects have more character than is usually avoided due to how it looks or how forgettable a object may be. I often take photos of holes, tennis balls, cards and much more as a way to expand my creativity and my adaptability.
Been experimenting with black and white nature photography for a long time but it’s the first time I showcase these kind of photos. As a shy kid, I grew up taking photos like this with basic point and shoots until I upgraded to a Samsung Galaxy S3. But even now I enjoy taking these kind of photos and I always try to explore every medium of photography and never limit my creativity.
People will either wait for you to finish taking a shot or they will simply walk into your shot. I prefer the latter but I respect both. I enjoy adding a human element to my photography regardless of the main subject is a piece of architecture.