Are you struggling with your architecture photography? Are loitering tourists, distortion and wobbly tripods getting in the way of great pictures? Our latest photography cheat sheet should hopefully help.
The latest in our photography cheat sheet series, the infographic below examines four of the key challenges in architecture photography: composition, expose for exteriors, expose for interiors and how to correct convergence.
For each of these challenges we’ve created a handy flow chart that takes you step-by-step through how to overcome them so you can achieve the shot you envisioned.
To save a larger version of the infographic below, simply drag and drop it on to your desktop. And if you liked this photography cheat sheet, you might like some of our other infographics, such as our landscape photography cheat sheet for the landscape’s greatest challenges, our macro photography cheat sheet or our action photography cheat sheet.
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