We’d like you to meet Mike Leber! Not only is Mike a KelbyOne member, but he likes to switch back and forth between a handheld camera and a drone. Keep reading to see how he captured this beautifully symmetrical, architecture shot.

1.) Can you tell us a little bit about your photo?

This was taken in Downtown Indianapolis at Embassy Suites by Hilton a few months back. I was basically walking around the city for the day seeing what I could find. I happened to find this hotel and noticed the very high ceiling and thought the framing was interesting.

2.) What gear/software did you use to create this image?

I just recently moved up from a Sony A6500 to a Sony A7riii. This was taken with the a7riii and 24-70 f2.8 G-Master. Then I used Lightroom to edit it to my liking.

3.) What do you like to photograph?

I’m still trying to figure out my style / niche for photography. Currently I love shooting landscapes, cityscapes, street and aerials. I started in 2014 so I’m still pretty new to the game but love everything about it.

4.) Were you inspired by a KelbyOne class or instructor to create this image? If so, which class

I think I joined about six months ago and was pretty busy during the summer months but now things are slowing down and all I do in my free time is watch Kelby One. This wasn’t inspired by anything, just caught my eye.

5.) What’s your favorite class on KelbyOne and why?

So far its definitely “The Secrets to Creating Super Sharp Images” with Moose Peterson. That class really opened my eyes! I watched it three times to try and soak in all the information.

See more of the world through Mike Leber’s lens—check out his website and follow him on Instagram, mikeleber412.