This is a photo I took in the amazing city Vienna, well this particular one is located a little outside of the city center.
The church is called Watruba church, based on the person that modeled the church, Fritz Watruba. He died before the church was fully built in 1976.
I drove quite a bit to go see this church. You may ask yourself how I knew it was there? Simple, whenever I get to travel to a place, I either ask local people or make a web search. In this case, I did both. My local friends there told me everything I needed to know for the city of Vienna. Since I had a rental and drove thru Czech Republic thru Bratislava back to Vienna, I searched for all the places on the web.
I found a list of churches that have unique architecture, one of them was the Watruba church below in the photograph. The fun thing is that another church listed is located in San Francisco where I was November 2019; plus I did not know this building either…
Photography Tipp: Make your own experiments
It does not matter if you experiment with your camera or if you try your own thing in post processing, this is what makes digital photography great! I always try to get some additional shots from a different perspective of the same object so later on I can chose what I like best. Since I do not have to develop the film anymore, it does not cost anything to get those additional shots.
The same thing goes for the post processing part – I experiment and sometimes I find out something that goes together very well; if I don’t but then I still have the reset button and start from scratch.