Photographing architecture can mean you head out at night to shoot photos of a city skyline, you could be shooting an industrial scene or just simply focusing your lens on your own home. Whatever subject you pick, have a read of our architecture photography tutorials which will hopefully give you plenty of handy tips as well as suggestions on subjects you may not have thought of.
We've put together a quick tutorial on shooting in towns and cities at night. In the article you'll find tips on staying safe, subject suggestions and advice on white balance, shutter speeds and other camera settings.
Feature a lighthouse in your next seascape to add a little architectural interest to your shot. See what gear you'll need and pick up a few useful tips on locations and times of day for this type of photography in this article.
Take some time to explore the churches and cathedrals as they make great photographic subjects. Here are a few things to remember when you're heading out on your church photography day trip.
The key to this type of photography is to stop looking at buildings as whole structures and focus on the small pockets of interesting patterns and shapes they're made up of. Read our tips which will show you what to look for and how to shoot the patterns successfully once you've found them.
We list a few tips on shooting the bridges that dominate our towns, cities and countryside. Suggestions on what equipment to carry as well as basic shooting advice is offered in this short but informative piece.
Here are a few tips and ideas for shooting photos of urban areas. As with all our techniques, we offer advice on what equipment to take with you, plus shooting tips.
Famous landmarks have just one problem – they're famous which means finding a shot of them which isn't already on a thousand other cameras can be difficult but that doesn't mean it's impossible. In this tutorial we offer a few tips on how you can shoot landmarks a little differently to everyone else.
Heading off to photograph one of the many castles in the UK? Have a look at our tips first. We offer research advice and tips on framing as well as a long list of kit you may want to consider taking.
When buildings are illuminated at night their shapes and features are enhanced in a very different way which makes it a perfect time to photograph them.
In this article, David Clapp offers tips on photographing architecture by demonstrating the techniques he used to shoot a series of shots in Singapore. For each image, David will tell you a little bit about the location it was shot in before moving on to tell you what techniques he used to capture the photographs