Top tips for ur­ban ar­chi­tec­ture shots

Digital Camera World - - PHOTO PROJECTS -

1

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.

2

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.

3

Scout your lo­ca­tions be­fore­hand to make a note of any po­ten­tial com­po­si­tions you can use later.

4

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.

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