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A thread purely dedicated to Architectural Photography

 
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Jan 08, 2012 05:20 |  #1

A thread purely dedicated to Architectural Photography

So what is architectural photography? According to my internet searches, Architectural Photography is the specialized photography of structures. It involves special lenses and techniques to portray the subjects in proper perspective and without photographic distortion. It is primarily concerned with accurate portrayal of the structure, while capturing it's essence and personality.

So, my goal with this thread is to gather images of pure architectural photography and supply information, knowledge and personal experience to anyone interested by it...me first :D as I want to someday specialize in this branch of photography.

What this thread is not about: real estate photography! Not that I have anything against R/E photography because I actually supply those services on a professional basis but this thread is not about showcasing a house for sale.

What this thread is about: architectural photography only, it can showcase skyscrapers, casinos, houses, bridges, resorts...it is limitless! It can be day or night shots, sunny or cloudy, grass or snow and with or without people. Images can be in black and white, HDR, exposure fusion or some other special technique. Simply try to demonstrate architectural photography's fonctionality and how it blends into our societies.

For those of you who are as excited about architectural photography, I hope you will find insperation in the thread and help me and others who want to learn more about it.

The goal is simple: educating ourselves and having fun at it !

Joel


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