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Professional Photography Photographing Buildings
Rating:4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5
Author:David Wilson

This book houses some superb architectural photography from stunning 5x4in black & white shots emphasising texture to bold and graphic colour imagery. The captions, in true Rotovision style, are extremely informative - I never, for example, thought about waiting until lunchtime to photograph interiors to avoid people. The only criticism, from a UK point, is a lot of the work is from US based photographers and in most English towns we dont have the same dominating skyscrapers where quite a few of the images are based. Theres also that current sadness of the recent bombing lingering in our thoughts, and yes we do have images of the two towers in the book. That aside David has managed to put together a large variety of styles and images with a vast wealth of experience from photographers making it a worthwhile book for those interested in shooting buildings.

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