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Behind The Lens

This photo shows part of the roof of the historical Bazaar (market) of Tabriz. Tabriz Bazaar is one of the most beautiful buildings in the Tabriz city and the longest indoor market in the world too (about 30 kilometers in length) . and I will never get tired of it.
This is one of my most favorite photos. I took this picture in the afternoon of one of the hot summer days when I went to Bazaar with my brother.
The beautiful light of the afternoon, flowing from the roof glass, made the beautiful details of the bricks that light shined, and it was very nice. And I did almost nothing but press the shutter button.
This photo was taken by the Canon Power Shot A3500 IS camera.
I love photography so that I may sometimes forget to pay attention to its principles.
I like to capture the beauty of landscapes or subjects and what I see as they are.
In my camera bag
I usually had my own camera with me, but today I have the taste of mobile photography.
I believe that a person who takes photographs and pleases it and creates this pleasure in the viewer, works beautifully and knows the value of recording moments. Such a person records the moments with the knowledge of the principles of photography and makes them eternal. But sometimes too much attention to observance of these principles leads them to overtake the position of photography, and as a result, the loss of momentous moments that may no longer turn out to be. The photo is like a poem born at the moment and its poet is a photographer.

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