Architecture photography comes a long way in the world of photography. It is said that the 1st picture ever taken, was also a part of architecture photography. This genre of photography includes clicking images of beautiful buildings and their elements to portray the true beauty of an architectural formation.
Architects all around the world, say that the beauty of a building lies in the eyes of the viewer, and architecture photography helps viewers to see the beauty. And in this modern world, where pictures are consumed like anything, we need good imagery to talk about the significance of architecture. Not only, but these pictures in today's scenario also play a more important role than earlier, as today physical spatial experiences are almost nonexistent, so we need pictures to value the beauty of architecture buildings.
8 tips to keep in mind while doing Architecture photography
1. Symmetry is the key
Architecture designs majorly involve two halves that look like each other and are placed in the right and the left of the centrepiece that is the centre of attraction. Building with such designs must be captured keeping in mind, the symmetrical pattern and the design. So, whenever you see the asymmetry in the architecture design focus on the centre and then do your photography.
2. Rule of Thirds
We all know how architectural buildings can be full of lines and patterns, and capturing it with just one angle in mind, can really jeopardize the beauty of it. So, that's why this traditional rule of photography is best for this kind of genre. Rule of thirds says that you need to divide your overall picture in mind into three parts and then capture it. In this way, the patterns and the overall designs are captured with utmost accuracy.
3. Capture the pattern Our eye is most attracted when it sees something unusual and in architecture photography.
4. Focus on the depth
5. Watch out for textures
6. Space out to make the picture aesthetic
7. Keep track of frames
8. Linear Concentration