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Nishtar Medical College, Multan. A Marvel of Architecture.

Sunday, May 17, 2015

In a followup to my previous albumpost where I used a novel technique to photograph the monuments of Multan, here are some of my new photos of Nishtar Medical College in its full glory during a summer sunset. 

Founded in 1951, Nishtar Medical College is one of the oldest and most prestigious medical institution of the country. The founder of the institution, Dr. Jamal Bhutta, put forward the idea of domes and a clock tower, and worked with the architect Mr. Habib J. Somjee to create an architectural masterpiece. 

NOTE:
All the images are actual photographs. There is no compositing: the details are all real.
Best viewed on a neutral LCD/LED display - Not on Samsung's AMOLEDs. Use your laptop screen for the best results.


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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.

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