A photographic angle of a modern building caught my eye while walking through a big city. It's at the foot of Telus Gardens which is a new building with innovative architecture and is supposedly one of the most energy efficient in the world. The image is a little confusing. The translucency and reflections of the elevator on the left create a little perplexity.
I took several identical frames hand held using a high ISO setting. Normally I would use a tripod but this time I was trying a different technique. I used Photoshop to combine the identical images and eliminate the noise. I learned the technique from this tutorial by Serge Ramelli https://youtu.be/AMPwKC-8bac
Because I live in a small town walking around a big city is an experience for me. Sometimes I think I'd like to live in a large city. I love the energy, especially the creative inspiration I get for photography. I get a lot of that when I'm in a place like Vancouver.
Later when I get home I'm happy for the quiet and relative calm of a small town. It's not a contradiction, just a matter of being happy where I am. No matter where I end up, I'll always be looking for a photographic angle.
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