Top tips for urban architecture shots
Pay close attention to the geometry of the scene to ensure that your lines are straight. It’s all too easy to come away with a wonky shot.
Always try different focal lengths. There is a tendency to reach for the widest lens you have, but sometimes the details in a close-up are more powerful than a wide-angle.
Scout your locations beforehand to make a note of any potential compositions you can use later.
Invest in a cable release and bracket your images when shooting at night. This will allow you to blend frames together to retain plenty of interest in your shadows and highlights.