Stark and moody long-exposure architecture photographs taken by Californian designer and photographer Toby Harriman.

These extremely dark and moody architecture photographs were taken by Californian designer and photographer Toby Harriman.

Toby achieved the stark and minimalist aesthetic through the use of neutral density filters and post-production techniques, adding a touch of blue to each image to “freshen things up a bit” – we like it!

All the photographs were taken with Canon 5D Mark III or Canon 7D DSLRs, with the lenses ranging from the Canon 17-40mm, to the Canon 8-15mm Fisheye zoom and even the Canon 100mm macro, combined with Lee’s Big Stopper 10-stop ND filter.

View more of Toby’s work over at 500px or Flickr.

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Photographs shared under the Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial No Derivatives license.

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