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Who has not heard of the Westhafentower Frankfurt? The green column in Frankfurt, right on the river Main. Of course, I made some shots that I want to show you.

Westhafen Tower Frankfurt

As the name implies, it is located in the Western Harbor. A special backdrop, because there is probably no skyscraper so close to the shore.

That is why I used the location as probably the architect thought it was: The mirroring in the Main.

Westhafen Tower Frankfurt

-Westhafen Tower – I [1676]-
Copyright Timon Först, Photographer for Architecture and Landscape Photography

Sony A7R, Samyang 24mm F3.5 TS f/3.5,
Haida Neutral density filter (10-Stops)
Lightroom CC 2015
Photoshop CC 2017
331s, ISO 80, 24mm

This time I wanted to show not only the tower separated but its environment. Nevertheless, I wanted to focus on the main element. This can be natural with a Tilt-Shift lens wonderful.

Not only that the slanting lines are avoided, but also the beautiful blurred effect I could use well for it. This miniature effect I have described in my blogpost of the lens also more precisely, if someone would like to learn more about it.

A very nice combination: tilt-shift (straight Tower), blurring (focus on Tower), Long Time Exposure (blurring of the water) and the colors!

Dave and I had a lot of luck, because sometimes the sun came out for a brief moment. As a result, the colors shone even more brilliantly.

In the next posts, I will show more pictures of this location. I hope you like the picture as well as me!

Timon

Fine Art Photographer at Timon Photography
Loves Architecture, Loves Minimalism
Located near Bayreuth (BY), Germany

There are 3 comments

  1. Isolde Wittmann

    Faszinierendes Gebäude, sehr schön in Szene gesetzt von Dir, finde ich, durch die Belichtung! 🙂
    Deine Art zu fotografieren gefällt mir sehr! –
    Liebe Grüsse Isolde


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