Architectural Photography

Markshot 12

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If you're looking into trying something new, consider Architectural Photography. It can produce some very stunning photos and help the viewer view buildings in a more artistic way.

Has anyone here done this yet?
 

Mentee

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Not me, but it sounds like a fine idea. There are so many real estate properties that people can use as a model if it's architecture. Modern times will only keep increasing the buildings, and hopefully in a sustainable way.
 

Carrie

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I have never done any architectural photography, but I love looking at buildings; especially historical ones. How does this kind of photography compare to other types? Does it require as much skill as food photography for example?
 

EyeView

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There are so many real estate properties that people can use as a model if it's architecture.
We're in a period of rising modernity, but contrary to buildings, traditional structures still count. I'm contemplating if architectural photography considers dog houses in this niche. Even igloos have a design, and that's what matters most. It won't matter whatever the theme or style.
 

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