I few weeks ago, I was on a shoot for a realtor in the Mississauga core. The shoot was for a condo listing in the infamous Absolute Towers. You know – the Marilyn Monroe buildings. Some people love them, some people loath them. I think they are stunning feat of engineering – which makes them beautiful.
While I was outside, documenting the exterior of the listing, I looked up and saw the amazing shapes and lines of the building – completely different from the norm. I had to capture what I saw – the two towers complimenting each other. It is no mistake, the way these two building stand next to each other.
I took a minute to get out of ‘real estate photographer’ mode and into an artistic mind set. After a few shots, I realized that it was the space in-between the two buildings that was going to make the shot magical.
Even though I’m proud of this photo, I do wish I had my 8-15mm fisheye lens with me. The rounded vertical qualities the fisheye lens produces would have further enhanced the curves of the buildings. Oh well . . . next time!