Photo Project: Symmetry

In order to take you photography to the next level, there are some things that you must consider. Photography is a skill; but at some point that skill must be overcome by aesthetic considerations in order to be considered ‘art’. Lets start off with a simple project. One that everyone could take part in, that…

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The Urban Alphabet: A Photography Project

The challenge today is to find an ‘Urban Alphabet’: English Alphabets that are seen in everyday objects around you. Cities provide us with a wonderful resource in juxtaposed objects. Magnificently textured drain covers from a different era sitting next to a modern paving and street markings, an ultra-modern skyscraper freshly sculpted out of the earth,…

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The Best Lenses for Architectural Photography

Architectural photography calls for Tilt-Shift lenses most of the time. These lenses correct perspective distortion. You can think of this as making sure that the vertical lines of a building actually look vertical, and not slanting towards each other. In the past, this may have called for a ‘technical camera‘ or a ‘bellows‘ attachment, but…

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Photo Projects

Great Photography is more about the photographer than the equipment. The equipment is just the tool. As with any trade, its the craftsman who makes the final product, not the tool. The same applies to photography. With the Photo Projects series, we’re hoping to help you take more photographs in different styles, for different purposes…

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