These aren’t actually postcards of Radisson Hotel Brunei Darussalam but I think they can be. I composed these frames with an assumption that management may turn them into postcards that we’re all accustomed to finding inside the table drawer one time or another. Also, in case you hadn’t come across this post, I’m big on postcards hence the motivation.
So many factors beyond our control can affect the outcome of a shoot especially when it involves a building’s facade. Depending on composition, weather, position of sun, road traffic can either help or wreck an opportunity. Having scouted the area several times I decided this was the best looking vantage point.
If you’re looking at this picture for the first time it means you haven’t read the post right before this “Lighting The Main Entrance of Radisson Hotel.” (click on image to be enlightened – pardon the pun)
I’m told this is one of the General Manager’s favourite exterior shots. This was photographed at dusk (some call it twilight) when there was brief opportunity to nail the shot in-between traffic light change.