Last updated on March 4th, 2015 at 12:43 pm
One of the most fascinating type of photography is, in my opinion, architecture photography.
Any building is static by definition. It is down to the photographer to add the own interpretation. In doing that the photographer adds a dynamic to the architecture, taking it to another dimension. It is so important to have a connection with the environment and the people around, it adds the link to the local culture, giving instantly a message of the location.
Nic Granleese is one of the best interpreter of architecture photography in Melbourne. His work is just outstanding. You can check his commercial projects as well the the fun projects on his website. My favourite ones are for sure the Palau De Les Arts, in Valencia, and the portraits of the 2013 Victoria Architecture Awards, where he gave an awesome interpretation with a lovely fun post-production.
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