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Tips & Tutorials >> All Tips & Tutorials In Focus: Basic Photography Concepts- Part 3

Rule of Odds vs Rule of Symmetry

Composition is key when it comes to architectural photography. That’s because failure to think about how your subject is placed within the frame means your architecture photos could end up looking cluttered and uninteresting. Use the Rule of Odds and Rule of Symmetry to elevate your skills and photograph stunning architecture shots.

Besides composition techniques such as framing as well as lines and patterns, learn how playing with lighting adds depth to your architecture shots.   

 

Download a copy of this infographic here.

 

If you’re inspired to shoot more architecture photos, read these articles:

Interesting Perspectives to Take Architecture Photos

6 Ways to Perfect Your Architectural Photography with a Kit Lens

Pro Tips for Improving Your Street-level Architecture Shots

What You Didn’t Know About the Shift Function on Tilt Shift Lenses

Learning Minimalist Photography in Architecture with Chan Dick

 


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