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Across Australia and the world, architecture photographers are always looking for new ways to capture and portray a building’s identity through an image.
While on that pursuit, one student of the American University of Paris decided to present some of Europe’s most iconic buildings, monuments and landmarks in a short film that was constructed using over 20,000 images.
With the help of crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter, Luke Shepard journeyed throughout 36 cities in 21 countries, capturing images of some of Europe’s greatest structures to create a four minute film titled ‘Nightvision’.
Shepard has also released a series of GIF images taken from the film of which could demonstrate a new way for architects to display their projects in digital media.
BIG BEN AND WESTMINSTER PALACE
London, United Kingdom
ARC DE TRIOMPHE
OLD TOWN SQUARE
Prague, Czech Republic
ST. PETER'S BASILICA
Images: Luke Shepard, Source: ArchDaily