It was great to contribute to a UK photographic magazine recently on how I approach shooting modern architecture.
It’s hard to initially dissect how you photograph a building when it’s quite instinctive and having shot for quite a long time a lot of the decision making is a natural reaction to the building your working in and around. Over time you develop an approach to framing and understanding how to best capture the form and the light and then relaying that information two dimensionally. There are also the very practical elements of time available, weather and accessibility. Hopefully some of the tips will help snappers starting out who are already enjoying architectural photography.
Here’s a quick screen grab of the article.