Since I’ve started posting some behind the scenes images from interior shoots,Â I’ve been getting a couple of comments from people saying they are missing the architecture / landscape images of Dubai , so I thought I will make the BTS posts bi-monthly, rather than weekly. This way, hopefully you can have the best of both worlds. So the next BTS post will be next Monday.
To do this in style, yesterday I went to a new location in JLT and came away with a couple of image I really like. It wasn’t a perfect blue hour evening, but it wasn’t bad either and I was able to take some shots of both the Jumeirah Lake Towers (JLT) development as well as Dubai Marina. The image below is looking towards the Almas Tower, the tallest tower in JLT. I wish my location was just slightly to the left so I could get some separation between Almas Tower and the closer building on the left, but nonetheless I’m still happy with the way this one turned out.
In terms of post, this image is made out of two landscape photographs shot with the 24mm tilt-shift and then stitched in Photoshop. The beauty of the tilt-shift lens when it comes to stitching is that because your lines are always vertical you are only shifting the lens up and down which makes it very easy for Photoshop to stitch the images together.