Beginner’s Guide to Architectural Photography by Girish Vasharambhai Bagadia

Girish Vasharambhai Bagadia shares his pro tips for capturing architectural photos like a pro.

 

The scope of architectural photographic conceivable outcomes is relatively unending, the opportunity to capture a portion of the world’s most huge landmarks and vacation spots toward one side, while at the opposite end of the scale, the opportunity to capture somebody’s home or living space. Each will offer their own difficulties, challenges, and delights.

Architectural photography, regardless of whether great or contemporary, can be both fulfilling and testing. Making sense of how to get a definitive shot isn’t generally simple, despite the fact that you attempt, attempt, and attempt once more.

 

There are a considerable amount of elements that play into getting a definitive shot — some controllable and some not — so here a couple of tips you should know before you even start.

1. Area and Approach

2. Choose the Right Photography Equipment

3. Experiment in Different Weather Conditions

4. Focus on the Light

5. Utilize Photography Software

6. Angles, Lines, and Details

7. Work on the Post Production

8. Search For A Unique Location

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