We often come across monochrome architectural photographs taken at slow shutter speeds, which release clouds floating in the sky, and the contrast of black and white tones emphasizes the outlines of buildings. But a very different approach to capture the architectural uses Peter Stewart ( by Peter by Stewart ). His colorful images produce a different effect.
He shoots mostly at night, and at first glance you do not always realize that the look of the building. Peter Stewart carries these frames to the “abstract architecture.” They are full of bright colors, clean lines and various geometric shapes. Fans geometry certainly will appreciate. VIA CAMERALABS
The steel dome
The rising level of
I go to the goal
In the square
Large squares, small squares.
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