How to Photograph Architecture

by Staff January 15, 2017 at 12:28 pm

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  1. You've probably heard how good Fuji is, in terms of sensors and lenses. It's a system I'm using now, I've discovered lately that what I really liked doing without noticing it was architectural photography…! So, be completely honest if you can since it's really hard to find proper information on such a specific subject, but will I get a significant difference using a full frame system (a7R II) over Fuji's system? I'm a seasoned web developer, so I can do magic with Lightroom and Photoshop.

  2. Hello Wex,

    I do sincerely thank you for all your valuable tips and I wish you all the best.

    I am an amateur photographer and I want to turn pro. I'm basically interested in still imagery, namely Architecture, Decoration and Products.

    I'm using T5i but I want to upgrade to pro level and I'm considering moving to Sony Mirrorless full frame.

    Is moving to Sony Mirrorless a good decision? Or investing in 5D MIII and EF lenses, or moving to Nikon D800 something?

    What would you recommend?

    Thanks again for all your tips and for your advice in advance.

    Regards.

  3. Can you specify camera specifications for architecture photography for tropical locations.I am an architect myself and would like to capture my designs for promoting my practice.

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