by David Hickey | Posted September 27, 2018 11:30:50As I’ve been traveling the world for the past three years, I’ve started to notice an increasing trend of architectural photography being uploaded onto social media.
This trend, and more specifically, the trend of the photographer creating a photo of the work he/she is photographing, has captured the attention of a large number of photographers around the world.
I’ve found myself photographing almost everything I encounter on a daily basis.
The work is always beautiful, inspiring, and sometimes downright shocking.
The image I’m about to share is one of those work that has captured my attention and inspired me to create a post on this blog.
It was a bit of a dream, but it became real in a way.
When I first started working on the project, I wasn’t sure what I would be photographing.
I had a simple project in mind, a project that I had been working on for about a year.
I knew that I wanted to get my photo out there, so I thought it would be a good idea to get some professional help to make sure I could get the job done.
I went to my local architectural photography shop and spoke with a couple of their employees, who suggested I hire a professional photographer.
The photographer I hired agreed to take a few photos to help me decide what kind of work I wanted and what type of lighting I wanted.
While I was in the shop, I started thinking about what kind (or if there was one) of photo I wanted for my work.
After a few iterations, I decided that I liked what I saw, so it made sense to go with the photographer I already had.
After about a week of shooting, I was able to get the work I was looking for and I’m very happy with it.
I’m really proud of the results, and I think I have captured a lot of the spirit of the project.
I really think it’s a great example of the power of social media, as well as the photographer who came to the rescue.
After the photos were taken, I sent them over to the photographer, who sent me a bunch of other photos that I could use for the post.
I chose to use the photographer’s photos for the title, because he/ she had created the image I was shooting for.
The title, however, was not my choice, but was simply the result of a collaborative effort by a couple friends who shared their own favorite photos on Instagram.
I hope you find the work in the images on this post inspiring, informative, and maybe even inspiring you to get creative with your photography.
You’re going to love the result.