Member Monday Featuring Mike Worley

At first glance, you might mistake this photo for a shot from Scott Kelby’s Fine Art Architecture Class. But, nope! Our awesome KelbyOne member Mike Worley watched Scott’s class and went out into the world to recreate this incredible black and white style.

The next time you watch a class, take the time to put your own spin on the subject—and then send it to us. We’d love to see it!

Continue reading today’s Member of the Week post to find out how he did it!

About the Photo

This is a street shot of the Mercer (formerly Aegon) Tower in downtown Louisville, Kentucky.

Gear and Software

The photo was originally shot with a Nikon D3400 and Tamron 18-200mm lens. I edited the photo in Photoshop following Scott’s “Black & White Fine Art Architectural Photography” class on KelbyOne.

Photography Preferences

My primary genre is street photography. I also shoot travel and some architecture.

Photography Inspiration

Scott’s “Black & White Fine Art Architectural Photography.

Favorite KelbyOne Class

I don’t have a particular one. I follow most of Scott’s classes, as well as those from Rick Sammon and Ibarionex Perello.  I was particularly influenced by Scott’s classes with Jay Maisel.

Check out Mike’s most recent projects, photos, and more on his website! We’re always excited to feature members who are out there working on their craft with awesome projects!

Be sure to submit your photos for a chance to receive a Member Monday feature of your own.