architecture

Capturing One of the Most Unique and Interesting Buildings in the World – Photography Article

I recently had the chance to photograph one of the most interesting and unique buildings in the world. It’s called the Goetheanum, and I’m betting most people have never seen anything like it. Most of the pictures we see on a daily basis on Instagram or other social media platforms are very repetitive. The Goetheanum is certainly not that. The Goetheanum is the world center for the anthroposophical movement, located in Dornach, Switzerland. The building was designed by Rudolf Steiner…

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Critique the Community: Real Estate Photography – Photography Article

Real estate photography is a thriving business opportunity but it takes skill to shoot a home. Do you think your images are good enough to meet the industry standards?  Our next episode of Critique the Community will let you know if you should be putting your real estate photos in your portfolio or not. Submit up to two of your best images before July 23 at 11:45 PM EST and you’ll receive feedback from other community members, have the chance to…

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10 Secrets For Extraordinary Architecture Photography On iPhone – iPhone Photography Article

Are you often disappointed with your iPhone architecture photography? Taking stunning photos of buildings may seem challenging. But it doesn’t have to be! You just need to know a few creative shooting and editing tricks. In this tutorial, you’ll discover 10 secrets for jaw-dropping architecture photography with your iPhone. 1. Focus On Strong Elements Of Design In Architecture How do you approach architecture photography more creatively? How do you capture awe-inspiring photos of buildings that really stand out? Here’s the…

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If Precise Lines and Architecture Is Your Passion, Check out This Instagram Project! – Photography Article

We all know someone who is obsessed with geometrical precision when it comes to their photographs, and it may even be you! If you want to satisfy your visual taste buds, check out this Instagram project! When you photograph something that is as aesthetically pleasing as clean lines in architecture, it’s undeniable that it may bring you a complete satisfaction whenever you look at the final image. “Celebrating the beauty of architecture with precisely aligned photographs from all over the…

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‘Ask Me Anything’ With Architectural Photographer Mike Kelley – Photography Article

Architectural photographer and Fstoppers alumni Mike Kelley recently did an AMA (ask me anything) over on Reddit that’s easily worth checking out. You probably know him for “Wake Turbulence” and for being a regular guest on the Fstoppers YouTube channel. Now, you can read up on what drives the guy who started at the bottom 10 years ago and is now living every photographer’s fantasy of traveling the globe and visiting some of the world’s most unique locations to shoot their…

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Mike Kelley vs Lee Morris, The Rematch – Photography Article

One year ago to this very day I competed with Mike Kelley to see who could take the best photos of the famous “Dome House” and I won. For 12 months Mike has been plotting his revenge and today, we meet again, at an even more extravagant home in Charleston.  In all honesty, this rematch came about extremely last minute. I ended up going on Zillow and searching for the most extravagant house currently for sale in the area and…

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Two Photographic Tools That Have Made My Job Way Easier – Photography Article

Over the last few years there have been a few pieces of photographic equipment that have either sped up my workflow or turned awkward, finicky techniques into simple and swift processes. But there are two specific tools that have made my life so much easier, especially when used in conjunction with each other. The Geared Tripod Head The Manfrotto 410 Junior Geared Head has been an absolute game changer for my interior photography. For those that don’t know, a geared tripod head…

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The Best Wide-Angle Lens is a Tilt Shift Lens – Photography Article

The primary reason that I’ve remained a loyal Canon user is due to their range of tilt-shift lenses. In 2013, I acquired a 17mm tilt-shift lens. In this article, I’ll explain why this and the 24mm tilt-shift lens have been crucial lenses in my camera bag ever since. I’m an architectural photographer with a background in travel photography. I bought the 17mm tilt-shift when my travel work started to focus on architecture in built environments. Initially, I used this lens exclusively…

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Spotlight on Asian Heritage Month – Photography Article

Each week, members of the 500px team curate eye-catching photography from our talented and diverse community in Editors’ Choice. This week, we’re celebrating Asian Heritage Month. We’ve curated romantic, colorful, and emotional works from community members of Asian descent for this collection. Check out this week’s roundup of some of the most intriguing photography on 500px, handpicked by our Editors. Check out which photos are catching our Editors’… This is only a snippet of a Photography Article written by Sarah…

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SUSIE of ARABIA: Waad Academy – Photobook Photography Article

Waad Academy just opened its doors this past fall to welcome students.  I recently had the chance to tour this impressive state of the art facility located in the Obhur area of the city.   This new school offers a brand new concept in education here in Jeddah, focusing on turning out well-rounded individuals by feeding the mind, heart and body.  So in addition to academic achievement, Waad’s philosophy incorporates spiritual and physical well-being as well.  This academy has succeeded in…

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