The COOPH team headed out with the new Leica CL to test some useful hints and tips for architecture photography. Architectural photography is both aesthetically pleasing and an accurate representation of the subject, therefore unlike other fields of photography, considerable time can be spent scouting a scene or environment. In this video, we try out a variety of tips and tricks that are sure to perfect your architecture photography, whether you are shooting from inside or out! So, grab your camera, find a building you love and try it out for yourself!
You can use a long term time lapse camera in taking architecture photos. An entry-level DSLR camera can produce high-quality photos like a high-end camera for this purpose. In addition, most clients won’t even notice the difference between the photos taken from these cameras. So, an entry-level DSLR camera is okay to use. As long as you have a reliable camera to use for your projects, you’re good to go.
What’s the key tip in taking architecture photography? The beauty of your architecture pictures doesn’t solely rely on the type of camera you’ll be using. Your photography techniques and usage of available natural and man-made resources matter more than anything else. Always remember that you can make time lapse engaging with creative post-production, making architecture images more interesting and dynamic.
You can create the best architecture photos by determining the best angles, patterns, and any other crucial element in this type of photography. Architecture subjects made by great architects in the world are immense, interesting, and challenging to shoot. You don’t want your photos to resemble what other photographers have already taken and seen online or in printed publications. So, whether you’re shooting a local architectural structure or going abroad to take photos of globally-acclaimed landmarks, keep in mind the useful tips from COOPH. In this way, you can create unique and impressive architectural photos.
In this video you will learn below tips from Cooph:
- Compose with Solid Lines
- Shoot Upward
- Capture Curvature
- Shoot Wide
- Compose with Negative Space
- Abstract Patterns
- Create Symmetry
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