Denver Science Center

This was the last set of brackets I shot on our NXNW adventure, I was with Rick Louie and we just finished shooting the Sunset over City Park and walking back to the car. The sky was amazing after the sunset, the clouds started rolling in during blue hour. This is the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, located in the park. With all the glass and reflections of the clouds and the way this place was lit up inside I thought It would be a perfect HDR candidate, especially with those blue clouds rolling in. I purposely shot this with the 16-35mm, knowing I could get some really cool wide-angle distortion, I thought it would look different with the wide distortion with all the lines and angles this building had.

 

Thanks for looking!

This Post Has 8 Comments

  1. That sky is fantastic. It adds a nice balance to the sharp lines of the museum.

  2. Excellent shot as usual! You guys really got some great stuff on that trip!

  3. Beautiful architectural shot, Mike. Topped off wonderfully with that sky.

  4. Great perspective Mike. The processing is perfect.

  5. Smashing shot here, Mike! Love the drama in the sky and the clouds, as you mention, and the great details in the architecture really add great drama!!

  6. love the processing dude and great sky!

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Denver Museum of Nature