City Photography: tips for taking pictures of buildings with maximum impact
Shot of the Day
“The Imperial War Museum North has so many perspectives that trying to represent it with a single shot was tough. I was very happy with this composition, which captures the angular nature of the building perfectly.”
“This is Howard’s hero shot – it’s a smashing image and exactly the sort of picture I would have wanted to come away with myself. Here’s what I like about it. Howard’s been really lucky with the eddy-like clouds.
“A pure blue sky wouldn’t have been as interesting. The super-wide lens has created great three-dimensional form. Howard has chosen the vantage point well, crouching under the end of the building with the 10-20mm zoom.”
PAGE 1: Meet our professional photographer and apprentice
PAGE 2: City photography tips for during the shoot
PAGE 3: Final tips on how to take compelling pictures of buildings
PAGE 4: Our professional photographer’s recommended gear
PAGE 5: Shot of the Day
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on Friday, July 12th, 2013 at 12:01 am under Photography Tips.
Tags: architecture photography, camera tips, professional photographer