Critique Welcomed Reflected Light on Puget Sound Plaza

Discussion in 'Landscape and Architecture' started by Brian Moore, Mar 13, 2021.

  1. Brian Moore

    Brian Moore Moderator

    Shooting reflections in infrared monochrome often seems to reveal the light more intensely. On Wednesday we had a cloud-free sky and so I took a walk around Seattle to capture some architectural images. I was looking for that dark sky effect but also had my eyes peeled for reflected light.

    This is the Puget Sound Plaza displaying the reflected light of the newly-constructed (in fact not yet totally complete) Rainier Square Tower, an all glass skyscraper that is the 2nd highest building in Seattle now.

    Sigma Quattro SD with Sigma 30/1.4 and Hoya R72 filter.

    (Looks like I'm being spied on too!)

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    Last edited: Mar 13, 2021
  2. Rob MacKillop

    Rob MacKillop Edinburgh Correspondent

    Wow, it does look amazing, Brian. So futuristic, sci-fi-ish. Thos DSGs get everywhere!

    I love the X patterns.
     
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  3. Pete Askew

    Pete Askew Admin

    He may no longer be active on the forum but that Dodkin fellow is ever vigilant!

    That is an amazing effect and it has created a stunning image. The DSG sets it off a treat.
     
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  4. Brian Moore

    Brian Moore Moderator

    Thanks Rob.

    Thanks Pete. The funny thing about those DSGs is that when you're not looking for them they're everywhere, but when you actually shoot photos with the intent getting one in your image they miraculously skedaddle. Very frustrating. :confused:
     
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  5. Dave Farnes

    Dave Farnes Well-Known Member

    That is a striking image, the infrared really brings out the detail in the structure.
     
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  6. Brian Moore

    Brian Moore Moderator

    Thanks Dave.
     

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