Moving back to the architecture I more commonly photograph and dedicating this post to the most iconic structure in Paris, the Eiffel Tower. There are so many ways to photograph this beauty so I figured it was best to give it its very own post.
When photographing any building or structure I typically spend a fair amount of time trying to see it in as many ways possible, from the space it occupies within the environment to its details. I’m a firm believer in spending time with your subjects, regardless of what they may be. There’s no better way to understand its nuances and move beyond those obvious, superficial images anyone can make. It allows you to get to the soul of your subject and uncover your unique voice. There’s nothing more rewarding than creating something unique that feels like your own, especially of a subject that is so highly photographed. I’m not at all saying that every image below is unique but there are a couple I’m excited about. And, in all honesty, that’s as good as it gets!
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