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Architectural Photography: Composition, Capture, and Digital Image Processing

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Architectural photography is more than simply choosing a subject and hitting the shutter release; it's more than just documenting a project. With the advent of the digital photographic workflow, architects are increasingly discovering exciting new opportunities to present and market their work.

Adrian Schulz, both an architect and a photographer by training, teaches and il...more
Paperback, 232 pages
Published August 4th 2009 by Rocky Nook (first published February 15th 2009)
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Innes Ferguson
As a trained architect who then decided to focus on architectural photography, the author is well placed to write on this subject. Better still, his writing style is crisp clear, his text instructive and his photos both useful and beautiful. Covers all the topics and key facets (as far as I'm concerned) so a great read all in all. Lots of very useful tips for your next project.
Joe
A decent book by a great photographer. I thought Adrian was going to share more information on how to actually shoot architecture but instead he just gives the basics and skims the surface... I finished the book feeling like I was somewhat robbed... but I did enjoy what I read. The book is an easy read and you can get through it fairly quick because there are a lot of photographs.
Ben
The chapters in this book about the actual process of photographing buildings were interesting and informative. The post-production chapter wasn't as helpful. Most architects know photoshop pretty well already and if I didn't know photoshop very well and wanted to learn how to do things, I would pick up a book specifically about photoshop.

I did enjoy all the photos of Berlin though.
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