2024-04-09 Architecture

The photo challenge for the two weeks following April 9 is Architecture – Exterior / Interior or Architecture detail. This can include art sculptures. With the weather nicer I am planning to head out to either Downtown or the University / SAIT campus.

Upload images no larger than 1600 pixels wide or 1050 pixels high.

26 Responses to 2024-04-09 Architecture

  1. Della 朱世芸 Ho says:

    Atco centre
    ISO 400 38mm 1/2500 f7.1

  2. Henri says:

    Architecture and trees. Elements of three.

    • Henri says:

      Enhanced in Camera Raw to enhance the trees with Hightlight, Shadows and White sliders. Then smart sharpened in Photoshop to bring out trees even more.

  3. Paul Fesko says:

    This is the new exterior panelling going on the Shaw Centre downtown (formerly the Glenbow). It’s only about half done but the remodel will be spectacular when finished. I shot this with my iPhone using RAW and edited in Photoshop.

  4. Henri says:

    UofC sculpture near skating oval.

  5. Nick says:

    F/3.5; 1/100 sec.; ISO 160. Processed in Light Room to balance brighter street lighting to the darker area of the alcove. Cropped slightly to cut out distracting figure in white that was to the left of photo. I wanted only the figure sitting on bench in the photo. Shot from alcove of Hudson’s Bay building on Stephen Avenue.

  6. Nick says:

    F/2.8; 1/160 sec. ; ISO 125. Processed in Light Room. Straight-on shot of Gulf Canada Square building from top of stairs across the street.

  7. Kim Symon says:

    Interior Studio Bell…taken with my IPhone.

  8. Frankie says:

    I visited my daughter in London last week and we always spend a couple of nights at the seaside. This is the metal frame of Brighton’s West Pier that was destroyed by arson 20 years ago, just before it was about to be restored. I positioned myself to get the kite and the sunbather in the frame for added interest.
    ISO 1600, 40 mm, f/14, 1/4000

  9. Frankie says:

    We walked along the promenade to Brighton from our Airbnb in Hove and saw lots of architecture! This construction scene caught my eye because it was so busy, with the bonus colourful jumble of kayaks in the foreground. I enjoy creating layered photos. I saw the jogger coming and snapped when he was framed by the brick walls.
    ISO 1600, 40 mm, f/11, 1/4000

  10. Ron says:

    Modern home architecture on the shores of Lake Windermere. ISO 100, f14, 1/30.

  11. Ron says:

    Not so modern, eclectic Windermere cabin. ISO 160, f14, 1/30.

  12. Karen Sandra McDaniel says:

    The John Hextal Bridge (Shouldice Bridge). This early surviving truss bridge in Alberta is also notable as an uncommon surviving bridge built by the Algoma Steel Bridge Company. The bridge has been bypassed and preserved for pedestrian use.

    Settings: AP, F20, S 1/1600, ISO 2500, Auto WB, Matrix Metering, FL 23 meters. Cropped.

  13. tony campos says:

    A view of the Telus tower downtown ( a modern Eiffel tower…)
    f.10, 1/400, iso200

  14. tony campos says:

    Back of downtown Calgary Public Library and Bow buiding

  15. Shannon says:

    Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel – Figures on top of pillars in banquet room. Taken with Apple iphone.

  16. Beth says:

    Sait Parkade with downtown in the background. Taken with my 18-55 mm lens at f/9, 1/1000 sec, ISO 250

  17. Beth A Hetherington says:

    Like the juxtaposition of the modern statute against the historic door at Sait. Taken with my 18-55 mm lens at f/22, 1/60 sec, ISO 250

  18. Dwight says:

    I went to university as Leslie had an appointment at Foothills, I believe this is the new library. I was there about noon so strong south sun.

  19. Dwight says:

    We took the dog to Laycock Park great off-lead park where she can run, this is a bridge that crosses Nose Creek. Cropped to the railings.

  20. sue says:

    The old brick factory at Glenbow Ranch.

    Taken with m iphone

  21. sue says:

    The bears at Baker Park.

    Taken with my iphone

  22. Debbie McCluskey says:

    I wanted to capture the Heritage Building through the reflection on Time Capsule located to the East of the main door. I only cropped and added a vivid filter. The building in the background is the Senator Buildings on the East end of the campus. AV setting F6.3, 1/200 sec and Auto ISO 640.

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