Docle Le has reinterpreted the traditional sense of how architecture and landscape photography has done historically. Through his photography and post-production techniques, he’s able to demonstrate a wide variety of visualization that would not be capable through photography alone. His interest in restructuring on how his audience should view his image was purposely done to convey the moment of how he saw it be. “Raw photography alone did not convey the way I saw it; I had to do more to it, bring out what I originally envision when I was there at the time,” he had said. “My mind does not demonstrate the true nature of the scene, but how I felt about it. That’s the message I want to have come across, not that because it was done in post, but it’s what I felt that could only be done in post."