We have all come across a beautiful or interesting building in our life, it’s another subject of art. There are many architects that spend a lot of their time designing these amazing structures, and there’s even a whole genre of photography to capture and share the beauty in these buildings.
For this week’s Two Minute Tuesday with Peter McKinnon, he goes into some of his advice and tips on how to shoot photos of these incredible architectures you may come across. Just a heads up, he does go over the two-minute mark slightly, but he shares some useful advice and ways to think beyond just taking a photo head-on and from outside.
As Peter says, some of the buildings are not only beautiful outside, but inside as well. I have even come across a few buildings where the outside isn’t anything spectacular but once you walk inside, there's a whole other marvel to look at and capture. Make sure to check out the structure fully and see what other views can grab your attention. Peter even mentions using the macro lens in his architecture shots, which was the topic of last week’s Two Minute Tuesday with the several uses it has we discussed in a previous article.
For those of you who shoot architectural photography often, what are some other tips or advice you have for the rest of us?