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Paul Eis – a 18 year old German architecture photographer and student who takes photos of huge building for a living. After he use Photoshop to add bright colors to the building, what’s happened next will totally shock you out.

Below, see what these white buildings would look like if they were dress out in bright colors.

Wa17, Berlin by Zanderroth Architekten

Eis currently resides in Berlin, Germany. He traveled through Berlin and Hamburg for this series.

Bartningallee, Berlin by Raymond Lopez and Eugene Beaudouin

"The architecture of Berlin and Hamburg is not bad at all, but also mostly not very interesting," Eis told Business Insider. "After coloring the first buildings, I got a completely new look."

Marco Polo Tower in HafenCity, Hamburg, Germany by Behnisch Architekten

Using Photoshop, Eis strips each photo of all its color, takes the building out of its environment, and adds in a blue background.

Flottwellstrasse14 building, Germany

"The blue gives both contrast to white areas of the building and the colored sections," Eis said. "Changing the real sky with a blue background is also a part of the isolation of the building from the environment. That reduces the content of the image to only the building itself."

Prenzlauer Welle, Berlin by Lenzen Architekten

Eis decides where to add color based on the structure of the building.

Oval, Hamburg by Ingenhoven Architekten

"[I add color] mostly on windows or balconies," Eis said. "I also look for details which are repeating in the structure."

DZ Bank, Berlin by Frank Gehry

He chooses color palettes that are rich in contrast or that use a gradient.

GDR Housing Estate, Germany

If the building has a simple geometric look, he adds repetition of colors. On the other hand, if the building has a more random structure, he chooses a random order for the colors.

Bauhaus Archive by Walter Gropius

Eis has been interested in architecture for as long as he can remember.

Euref Campus 14, Germany by Remtec Architekten

He's also passionate about landscape photography, but he sees a better opportunity for architecture in Berlin.

Federal Ministry for Environment, Germany by Geier Maass Architekten

"I think architecture is perhaps the best kind of object to do [photography] experiments with," Eis said.

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