Creating Award-Winning Architectural Photography in 9 Steps
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Creating Award-Winning Architectural Photography in 9 Steps

One question I have been asked a lot lately is what it means to create award-winning architectural photography so I had to think about it. The truth is that the answer is not simple and is multi-faceted but I will try here to give you some simple ideas on what to do to get closer…

HOW TO CREATE AN ARCHITECTURE FINE ART PHOTOGRAPH – EXTENSIVE FINE ART ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY TUTORIAL
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HOW TO CREATE AN ARCHITECTURE FINE ART PHOTOGRAPH – EXTENSIVE FINE ART ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY TUTORIAL

An advanced and extensive fine art architectural photography tutorial where I explain how to create an architecture fine art photograph by starting with an initial idea and going through the entire process of creation – vision, composition, post-processing, while using the best architectural photography techniques, to end up with a compelling final image. RECENTLY UPDATED WITH PART 2

ABOUT CHALLENGING THE STATUS QUO IN ART
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ABOUT CHALLENGING THE STATUS QUO IN ART

Art is a great tool to question the world, to challenge it, to change its traditional structure, to change its preconceptions. Art is a great tool to challenge yourself, to explore yourself and to push yourself to evolve. Art is a great tool to change the status quo of the world. But in order to challenge…

HOW TO CREATE A FINE ART PHOTOGRAPH OF EMPIRE STATE BUILDING
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HOW TO CREATE A FINE ART PHOTOGRAPH OF EMPIRE STATE BUILDING

In this tutorial, I will show how to create a fine art photograph of Empire State Building Urban Saga II – Empire State of Light ESB – The symbol of New York City. This is the way I see it. The Story of the Image In my new black and white fine art image in…

FINE ART ARCHITECTURAL STREET PHOTOGRAPHY
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FINE ART ARCHITECTURAL STREET PHOTOGRAPHY

Fine art architectural street photography as a new direction in photography Waves of Imagination – Agora, Athens Olympic Center This is my last fine art architectural street photograph that I shot during my previous private photography workshop. These days I’m working with another student in Athens and, like every time I work with my photography students,…

LIVING YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY. WHEN IS A PHOTOGRAPH READY TO BE PUBLISHED?
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LIVING YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY. WHEN IS A PHOTOGRAPH READY TO BE PUBLISHED?

Living your photography. When can you part with your images? Urban Saga I – Deepest Secret – Chicago Skyline   “Here is the deepest secret nobody knows. Here is the root of the root and the bud of the bud…” – e. e. cummings –   Urban Saga I – Deepest Secret is my latest…

HOW TO USE IMAGINATION IN FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY – THE CREATION OF EQUIVALENTS II
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HOW TO USE IMAGINATION IN FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY – THE CREATION OF EQUIVALENTS II

Use your imagination in fine art photography Imagination is one of the most important things in art and implicitly, one of the most important ingredients of black and white fine art photography. In this article I will talk about how I use imagination in my work and generally how to use imagination in fine art photography,…

WHY THE CREATIVE PROCESS IN PHOTOGRAPHY TAKES TIME – THE CREATION OF EQUIVALENTS I – Pennzoil Pl., Houston, TX
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WHY THE CREATIVE PROCESS IN PHOTOGRAPHY TAKES TIME – THE CREATION OF EQUIVALENTS I – Pennzoil Pl., Houston, TX

The creative process in photography – How important this process is? Equivalents I (Pennzoil Place, Houston TX – Arch. Phillip Johnson) is the start of a new black and white fine art series and maybe a new direction in my work, a direction not so minimalist as before, with more complex subjects and relations among them….

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