Tag Archive: architecture

Tarikhaneh: Shadows VS. Highlights

It’s said they copied the architecture from a Sassanid palace, to build this mosque early after conquest of Persia. Advertisements

Tribute to Dimitri Ermakov

The latest digital imaging and processing to reconstruct Dimitri Ermakov frames… a photographer who left a lot of albumen prints from Tehran, over one hundred years ago. Here you can watch his frames from Masoudieh… Continue reading

Freezing Moment of the Moment

My dear friend, Samira Taheri took some photos of me while taking the above photos. Just want to show you the locations of my photos and how they happend :) By the way, this… Continue reading

Sassanid Curves

 

Reprocess: Shah Mosque

I took these photos in May 2013 at Shah Mosque of Isfahan.

Milad’s Sunset: Exposure Stacking

As I watched the glorious album by Iranain Photographer, Morteza Safataj, I tried his technique to make this photo. It’s taken by Canon 6D: EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM and processed in… Continue reading

Pipes Over the Boiler

Playing with blending mode in Adobe Photoshop…

Jameh Mosque of Isfahan B199L1D

Another composite using lighten mode… any feedback?  

Curves, Squares

I took that in a bird house in Isfahan, today. I have to go there again, with my film SLR…

This is Art!

I can’t add any comment…

Opens to Waterfall

A tunnel under the road for the river; The road to Javaherdeh village in the north of Iran.

Azadi hotel in the sunset

This is my contribution for weekly photo challanege: Monmument. Azadi Hotel, the best hotel in Tehran from quiet view of a park in my neighborhood. The horizontal light of sunset, made it luxuriously shining… Continue reading