Urban landscapes: approaching the avenue of trees

BROOKFIELD PLACE, CALGARY ALBERTA

Completed in 2017, the 56-storey, 810-foot Brookfield Place is the tallest building in Calgary and among the ten tallest in Canada.
I struggled to capture the building’s outdoor plaza and trees until figuring out how to add the illuminated bench to the scene. Then I figured out how to add the small restaurant building to the composition. Finally, tilting the camera a bit introduced more dynamic lines to the final photo.

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