Toronto’s city hall is architecturally quite stunning

Nikon D800, 24mm, 1/250 sec., f/9, ISO 400
Nikon D800, 24mm, 1/250 sec., f/9, ISO 400

One thing I’ve always been meaning to do was to go back to Toronto’s city hall and take a closer look at the building architecturally. With all these curves, it’s quite the building to photograph. However, my goal isn’t just to simply take pictures of this building, I want to show its true beauty in these photographs.

Over the last little while I’ve seen some pretty beautiful urban photography done with black and white long exposures, and this is what I would like to do with city hall one day.

For those of you who know me, know that I love to shoot colour landscapes, so taking a b&w photo of the city is a stretch for me, but is a challenge that I’m willing to take. It’s also a good exercise to expand my photography portfolio and practice seeing things in a different light, so to speak.

First thing’s first though: I’ll need one of those 10-stop ND filters.

Any suggestions?

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