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Photographing The Monuments of Multan City - Lost Glory Recaptured

Monday, May 4, 2015

The idea for this photo-shoot came unexpectedly a couple of weeks ago.
I felt that the monuments of Multan City had never been captured like they deserved to be. I decided to give it a shot. The past few weeks, I experimented on the fine techniques of architecture photography and post-processing; and also briefly looked up at some famous architecture paintings for artistic concepts of lighting and shadows.
Then I headed off to the old, inner part of Multan city to capture some photos; then it was time to retouch them. Fortunately, it worked out very well and I was able to produce photographs that exceeded my expectations. I slightly wish it had been a cloudy day.. but this still works. :)
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(NOTE: All images are actual photographs; not composites. They have been post-processed but the views/details have not been altered. Images best viewed on a large neutral display - prefer your laptop to your smartphone; especially if the latter has an AMOLED display.)
These images were captured using a Pentax K50 with 18-55 mm lens.
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The tomb of Shahrukn-e-alam in Multan photographed in a painterly view.
The tomb of Shahrukn-e-alam in Multan photographed in a painterly view.

A view of the Chowk Ghanta Ghar (Clock Tower), Multan.
A view of the Chowk Ghanta Ghar (Clock Tower), Multan.

A beautiful floral clock at the Chowk Ghanta Ghar, in front of Shah Rukn-e-alam's tomb in Multan.
A beautiful floral clock at the Chowk Ghanta Ghar, in front of Shah Rukn-e-alam's tomb in Multan.

The Multan Museum, in front of the Tomb of Shah Rukn-e-alam, Multan.
The Multan Museum, in front of the Tomb of Shah Rukn-e-alam, Multan.

A view of the tomb of Shah Rukn e alam in Multan.
A view of the tomb of Shah Rukn e alam in Multan.

A view of the tomb of Shah Rukn e alam in Multan.
A view of the tomb of Shah Rukn e alam in Multan.

3 comments

  1. Breath-taking Photographs of Multan City captured by Hasaan Rafique.

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  2. Absolutely stunning :O

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  3. Very professional looking... keep it up!

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