martinzalba April 27, 2018
Many thanks to viewbug for selecting my photo. Thank you all for your support!
richmaggio April 27, 2018
I don't know what it is, but it makes me want to know!
martinzalba May 06, 2018
Hi, thank you so much!
Arzhtatiana April 27, 2018
Well done!
martinzalba May 06, 2018
Hi, thank you so much!
andybphoto April 28, 2018
Great image.
martinzalba May 06, 2018
Hi Andy, thank you so much!
Herbert_A_Franke May 04, 2018
Excellent architectural photo, magnificently designed and edited. Greeting Herbert
martinzalba May 06, 2018
Hi Hebert, thank you so much!
africamunyama May 07, 2018
Outstanding. Well done
martinzalba June 08, 2018
thank you so much!
mechebenz October 15, 2018
Beautifully captured.

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Behind The Lens

This photo is taken in the Ysios wineries. It is a building designed by the Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. It is located in the town of La Guardia. In the north of Spain.
It's taken at noon. It was a sunny day.
The lighting in the photo is what was at the time of realization.
I am a Canon user. My current team is: Canon 5D Mark II camera Objective: Canon 24-105 LII and Canon 16-35 L II In long exposure photography I use a Manfrotto tripod Essentially this is my work team
I am an admirer of the architectural work of Santiago Calatrava. I knew these wineries through internet photographs. I really like architecture photography but I do not have a special team to do it. I have done architectural photography in other places in Spain and in my ViewBug portfolio you can see them.
Yes, my architecture photos are generally quite processed as I seek to create an unreal environment based on reality. In this case I mainly processed the sky to give an unreal aspect. Normally I like to process architectural photographs in this special way.
In my camera bag
Normally the one that I have explained above. Only when I do night photography, I include my tripod on my computer. I have degraded filters although I use them a few times. I am quite simple in the use of my equipment.
Well, it is important to observe what we want to photograph. It is very important to have an image in our mind of the photo we want to make. Then, we look for the best opportunity to do it (see the weather forecast and organize the trip and the photo shoot) For this type of photography, a good knowledge of Adobe Photoshop is necessary. If you look at the rest of my architectural photographs, you can see that there is a lot of processing work. This is necessary if we want to give a different and more creative vision of what we see in reality. Thank you very much for taking an interest in my work. A warm greeting to all my photographers colleagues!

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