“Azadi Tower” – Tehran, Iran – Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji – Featured Photographer
Charlie’s Super Fantastic Photo Tip of the Day: Try different lenses for the same subject. If you think you should use a zoom lens then use a super wide lens instead. Need a wide angle? Then zoom in close for a new creative image.
I have to admit that I know very little about Iran and its monuments and buildings. But through the beauty of photography Mohammad displays it beautifully. Read his story below then check out his amazing gallery from the Middle East at http://www.fotoblur.com/people/ganji/gallery
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This Photo shows “Azadi Tower” (Tower of Freedom) located in Tehran, Iran . Built in 1971 in commemoration of the 2500th anniversary of the Persian Empire, and has been the symbol of the city for some years. Using a panorama technique, I found some Great and new POV for Architecture photography. The photo is made of 3 bracketed shots, stitched with PTGui Pro. This Special POV was selected in this program and tone mapped in Photomatix. By the way I was lucky to have such lovely clouds in the sky!
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