These panoramic photographs of architectural symmetry have been taken by Peter Li. These images bring a wraith-like outlook to the architecture design.
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Well, as usual we have been used to
share all kinds of art work with you. This time we gathered photography of
Peter Li. He took panoramic photographs of architectural symmetry beautifully to
familiarize a new viewpoint to the already awe-inspiring architecture of buildings
from around the world. By taking the whole of the ceiling and supportive pillars,
Li permits us to feel what it is like to stand at the midpoint of these outstanding
buildings. And of course, this is impossible to get such kinds of photographs without
digital interference. This is what matter a lot for better and perfect view.
Lighting and the season are also
play an important role to make a panorama more convincing to shoot. Shapes and
shadows give the impression differently in each space. All images take us to a
different place in the world.
“Observing a three-dimensional
space in its entirety gives us a view/perspective beyond what the eye can see,”
he clarifies. “It breaks us from reality, plays with our perception of shape
and form and creates a sense of another world. Through my photography, I hope
to impart the otherworldly nature to the viewer, encouraging them to take a
momentary step out of their reality.” Add further.