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Extreme Wide Angle Photos Turn Mosques Into Beautiful Kaleidoscopes

Extreme wide angle photos turn mosques into beautiful kaleidoscopes

Mohammad Reza is a self-taught photographer from Iran. The wide angle lens and the colourful Persian architecture give to his pictures a mesmerising kaleidoscopic effect.

Extreme wide angle photos turn mosques into beautiful kaleidoscopes
Extreme wide angle photos turn mosques into beautiful kaleidoscopes
Extreme wide angle photos turn mosques into beautiful kaleidoscopes
Extreme wide angle photos turn mosques into beautiful kaleidoscopes
Extreme wide angle photos turn mosques into beautiful kaleidoscopes
Extreme wide angle photos turn mosques into beautiful kaleidoscopes
Extreme wide angle photos turn mosques into beautiful kaleidoscopes
Extreme wide angle photos turn mosques into beautiful kaleidoscopes
Extreme wide angle photos turn mosques into beautiful kaleidoscopes
Extreme wide angle photos turn mosques into beautiful kaleidoscopes
Extreme wide angle photos turn mosques into beautiful kaleidoscopes
Extreme wide angle photos turn mosques into beautiful kaleidoscopes
Extreme wide angle photos turn mosques into beautiful kaleidoscopes
Extreme wide angle photos turn mosques into beautiful kaleidoscopes
Extreme wide angle photos turn mosques into beautiful kaleidoscopes
Extreme wide angle photos turn mosques into beautiful kaleidoscopes

Most of my pics are covering a very wide angle of view (showing an entire building in one picture ) and also they are high dynamic range, for me light is a very special element in photography.

Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji is a 23-year-old photographer and physics student from northern Iran, interested in panoramic and architecture photography.

You can see his work in his blog and website and follow him on Facebook.


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