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How John Gollings works? One of the world´s top architectural photographers (PART I)

9/29/2011 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments

John Gollings discusses and demonstrates how he achieved the dramatic 3D stereoscopic images of cityscapes and open cut mines that then formed part of Now And When, the Australian component of the 2010 Venice Architecture Biennale, and Object's blockbuster winter 2011 exhibition.

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by Object Australia

Trailer for 'Gollings: Eye For Architecture' one hour documentary by 360 Degree Films - Produced & Directed by Sally Ingleton

Eye For Architecture takes us on a unique journey into the world of cutting edge architecture in Australia and the Asian region through the personal lens of architectural photographer John Gollings.
Known as the unofficial curator of Australian architecture, a Gollings photo can turn an ordinary building into art, helping it get published or win an award.

We follow Gollings on a journey from the modern city of Melbourne to the rapidly changing Asian region – from it’s ancient cities like Angkor in Cambodia and Hampi in India to the modern face of today’s China. He provides us with an inside view of his personal influences and what it takes to create memorable images.

by  360degreefilms
If you want to learn more about this photographer, read this interview