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The power of looking up in architecture photography
When it comes to architecture photography, looking up is inevitable. Towering skyscrapers will often force you to point your camera...
Revealing colorful geometric details in architecture
If you're in need of a creative exercise for developing your eye for details, getting into architecture photography is one...
Adding people in your architecture photography
Adding a human element to your architecture photographs can help to show the scale of a building. It can also...
Using Lightroom’s spot healing brush to remove flaws
While I was out in New York for PhotoPlus last fall, I was able to visit some friends before the...
Photographer of the Day: Ian Johnston LRPS
Category: Architecture Photographer: Ian Johnston LRPS Photo: “Salisbury Cathedral” Considering the history of the church, much time and effort was...
Photographer of the Day: Steve Lavelle
Category: Architecture Photographer: Steve Lavelle Photo: “St Germans” Yes, this is an architectural photo. No, it’s not a building! But...
Photographer of the Day: thistleamy5
Category: Architecture Photographer: thistleamy5 Photo: “Dome of St. Ivo, Rome” So much of architecture is about form as well as...
Photographer of the Day: Jesus Villarreal
Category: Architecture Photographer: Jesus Villarreal Photo: “Porta Fira Towers / Toyo Ito + Fermín Vázquez. L'Hospitalet. Barcelona” This very unusual...
Victorian silo art, part one
Australia's farmers and rural areas have been doing it tough. Climate change is a real thing whether people wish to...
Photographer of the Day: Michael Hoffman
Category: Architecture Photographer: Michael Hoffman Photo: “Four Seasons” In a word, elegant! With clean, impeccable simplicity, this photograph entices with...
Photographer of the Day: Wade Brooks
Category: Architecture Photographer: Wade Brooks Photo: “Lights, Lines and Reflections” This is such an elegant interior portrait of a beautiful...
Photographer of the Day: Rudy Pilarski
Category: Architecture Photographer: Rudy Pilarski Photo: “bibliothèque nationale Richelieu” The grandeur of this structure is more akin to a cathedral,...

The power of looking up in architecture photography

When it comes to architecture photography, looking up is inevitable. Towering skyscrapers will often force you to point your camera to their height. Some buildings and architectural elements also only reveal their full effect when viewed from below. In a

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Photographer of the Day: Ian Johnston LRPS

Category: Architecture Photographer: Ian Johnston LRPS Photo: “Salisbury Cathedral” Considering the history of the church, much time and effort was made in designing beautiful and profound sculpture for its vessels. A great example is the well known Salisbury Cathedral, and

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Photographer of the Day: Steve Lavelle

Category: Architecture Photographer: Steve Lavelle Photo: “St Germans” Yes, this is an architectural photo. No, it’s not a building! But it takes a well skilled architect and engineer to make a bridge that lasts for scores of years. The utilization

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Photographer of the Day: thistleamy5

Category: Architecture Photographer: thistleamy5 Photo: “Dome of St. Ivo, Rome” So much of architecture is about form as well as function, and great architectural photography really highlights the form component. In this case, the dome of the church is sculpted

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Photographer of the Day: Jesus Villarreal

Category: Architecture Photographer: Jesus Villarreal Photo: “Porta Fira Towers / Toyo Ito + Fermín Vázquez. L’Hospitalet. Barcelona” This very unusual structure is part of a pair of unusual structures, though this particular building is shaped and colored to appear highly

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Victorian silo art, part one

Australia’s farmers and rural areas have been doing it tough. Climate change is a real thing whether people wish to believe it or not. Many parts of southeast Australia (like in many other parts of the world) have been in

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Photographer of the Day: Michael Hoffman

Category: Architecture Photographer: Michael Hoffman Photo: “Four Seasons” In a word, elegant! With clean, impeccable simplicity, this photograph entices with the beauty of reflection and perfect lines. Originally shared with the Photofocus Readers Flickr Group. Join the group and share

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Photographer of the Day: Wade Brooks

Category: Architecture Photographer: Wade Brooks Photo: “Lights, Lines and Reflections” This is such an elegant interior portrait of a beautiful building space! Careful positioning allows the viewers to experience the rising window sash lines and the curved ceiling surrounding the

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Photographer of the Day: Rudy Pilarski

Category: Architecture Photographer: Rudy Pilarski Photo: “bibliothèque nationale Richelieu” The grandeur of this structure is more akin to a cathedral, yet it’s a magnificent library! Using careful positioning and an extremely wide angle lens, Rudy includes both the striking ornate

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Photographer of the Day: Ian Johnston LRPS

Category: Architecture Photographer: Ian Johnston LRPS Photo: “Salisbury Cathedral” Considering the history of the church, much time and effort was made in designing beautiful and profound sculpture for its vessels. A great example is the well known Salisbury Cathedral, and

Read More

Photographer of the Day: Steve Lavelle

Category: Architecture Photographer: Steve Lavelle Photo: “St Germans” Yes, this is an architectural photo. No, it’s not a building! But it takes a well skilled architect and engineer to make a bridge that lasts for scores of years. The utilization

Read More

Photographer of the Day: thistleamy5

Category: Architecture Photographer: thistleamy5 Photo: “Dome of St. Ivo, Rome” So much of architecture is about form as well as function, and great architectural photography really highlights the form component. In this case, the dome of the church is sculpted

Read More

Photographer of the Day: Jesus Villarreal

Category: Architecture Photographer: Jesus Villarreal Photo: “Porta Fira Towers / Toyo Ito + Fermín Vázquez. L’Hospitalet. Barcelona” This very unusual structure is part of a pair of unusual structures, though this particular building is shaped and colored to appear highly

Read More

Victorian silo art, part one

Australia’s farmers and rural areas have been doing it tough. Climate change is a real thing whether people wish to believe it or not. Many parts of southeast Australia (like in many other parts of the world) have been in

Read More

Photographer of the Day: Michael Hoffman

Category: Architecture Photographer: Michael Hoffman Photo: “Four Seasons” In a word, elegant! With clean, impeccable simplicity, this photograph entices with the beauty of reflection and perfect lines. Originally shared with the Photofocus Readers Flickr Group. Join the group and share

Read More

Photographer of the Day: Wade Brooks

Category: Architecture Photographer: Wade Brooks Photo: “Lights, Lines and Reflections” This is such an elegant interior portrait of a beautiful building space! Careful positioning allows the viewers to experience the rising window sash lines and the curved ceiling surrounding the

Read More

Photographer of the Day: Rudy Pilarski

Category: Architecture Photographer: Rudy Pilarski Photo: “bibliothèque nationale Richelieu” The grandeur of this structure is more akin to a cathedral, yet it’s a magnificent library! Using careful positioning and an extremely wide angle lens, Rudy includes both the striking ornate

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Photographer of the Day: Thomas Clark

Category: Architecture Photographer: Thomas Clark Photo: “untitled” A carefully constructed abstract of an architectural structure can create an interesting understanding of the unseen components. In this minimalistic view of light through vertical rectangular windows, we can see strong hints of

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Photographer of the Day: Baspherical

Category: Architecture Photographer: Baspherical Photo: “Düsseldorf Architecture” Showing the stark angular edge of an imposing building, our Architectural Photographer of the Day includes only a portion of the structure as to be an abstract. But the reflective windows make the

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Photographer of the Day: Rudy Pilarski

Category: Architecture Photographer: Rudy Pilarski Photo: “structure et perspective” Frequent contributor Rudy Pilarski once again wows with a powerful construct and a dizzying complex geometric architectural puzzle. Careful positioning within set of triangular shapes builds to an exciting view of

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