photos by mohammad reza domiri ganji in iran of: (1,7) the nasir al mulk mosque, or pink mosque, in shiraz; (2,3) the vakil mosque in shiraz; (4) the ceiling of the fifth floor of alighapu in isfahan; (5,9) the vakil bathhouse in shiraz; (6) the imam mosque in isfahan; (8) the jame mosque of yazd
Through the use of wide-angle fisheye lenses, Northern Iranian photographer Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji captures the geometric structures and visual patterns of the majestic mosques located throughout the Middle East. Focusing on the way light enhances a space, Domiri seeks out the bold stained glass windows of each mosque he photographs and waits for the perfect moment when light to penetrates the space, which he then photographs. By using his fisheye lens, Domiri helps to guide the viewer through the entire space and visually absorb its grandeur. (src. Juxtapoz by Canbra Hodsdon)
Northern Iranian student Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji has photographed these sacred structures in a series of panoramic photographs, revealing the depths of these vast architectural expanses in a single shot.
Imam Mosque (Jaame’ Abbasi Mosque) was built during the Safavid dynasty in the early 17th century. It is designed with beautiful seven-colour mosaic roles and calligraphic inscriptions. The mosque is said to contain 18 million bricks and 475,000 tiles.
Photographer: Mohammad Reza Domiri - Ganji Photography
Amateur Iranian photographer Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji, 23 likes to learn as much as he can about a site before he photographs it. Then he utilizes a variety of wide-angle and fisheye lenses, as well as occasional panoramic techniques to create beautiful new, often mind-bending images. He usually shoots the architectural wonders of Iran, and hopes that the Iranian government will allow him to travel further from home in pursuit of other iconic architectural treasures. (Yahoo News)
This beautiful collection of photography is the combined work of Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji, Dav Wong and Amin Abedini, capturing the Nasir al-Mulk Mosque in Shiraz, Iran. The stained glass catches the rising sun, sending these stunning patterns through the internal space.