Framed by the lights
I really like to frame interesting building with something from the surrounding. And lights can sometimes be a great framing subject. But they are not an easy one. If you get your lights in the shot, you can expect a lot of flares. And that’s what I got here.
But if you seen my guide on how to remove lens flares, you probably already know what I did here. I first took a normal photo of the scene. Then since I got flares in the shot, I took another photo, with my hand in front of the left lamp. And then I took another shot with my hand in front of the right lamp. Like this, I had a clean photo of every area I needed and I could blend them all together in Photoshop. Look into my guide to see more on how it’s done.
This is of course the EXPO 2017 sphere building in Astana, Kazakhstan.