Shop window near Covent Garden Piazza, London. Fujifilm X-Pro1, Fujinon XF 35mm F1.4 R. F2, 1/680 sec., ISO 1600.
Some business center windows in London, near Tower Bridge. Fujifilm X-Pro1, Fujinon XF 35mm F1.4 R. F4, 1/400 sec., ISO 800.
And another shot of Golden Gate Bridge from off the bus top. Vertical version this time. (Fujifilm GX617, Ilford Delta 400)
Today’s focus is fixed to San Fran’s architecture, as you probably assumed by reading the headline. Not much more to say. Have a look.
We’re going vertical today. Fire escape staircases on turn-of-the-century buildings are probably the most normal thing in the world if you are a US citizen but they are not if you are a Euro-guy like me. Reason is: we don’t have it. At least not on older buildings. Even though I’ve seen it many times„Travelling #4: San Francisco panorama no. 6“ weiterlesen
Yes, I did another extreme low angle shooting on a high rise business building. But this time it wasn’t the beloved O2-Tower. Actually, this is just one of the digital test shots. The real thing was done with my analog panoramic camera.
I’m a little bit obsessed about the architecture of the O2-Tower here. This one was shot handheld using a radical perspective. (FUJI G617, ILFORD Delta 100)
I absolutely love Marienplatz subway station.
We’re getting architectural with a 1950s spiral staircase.
A Central Station detail.
Detail of the roof of Munich’s central station.
A little bit of orange…
The Fraunhofer Institut in Munich.
The old building of Knorr-Bremse AG in Moosach, Munich.
The O2-Tower in Munich.
There’s beauty inside elevators, too.
The captivating charms of neon light.
At the BMW works, Munich.
Spend some time at the BMW-Welt in the north of Munich to take some emotional pictures of the impressive architecture there. Worth a visit every time again. There is a museum showing lots of wonderful classic BMWs as well. Don’t miss it when you’re in Munich.