Architectural Photography, fixed

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So, I’m shooting some architectural photography these days. As I progress, I expect to add it to my skillset as a marketable skill. One that will hopefully allow me to grow my professional photography. While I’m working on it, I’m needing to practice shooting with the wide angle and then correct it in Photoshop later. So, here’s my first stab at it.

I’m sure I’ll need some work, but not bad for my first one? Don’t you think?


Author: TREVOR

Leukemia survivor. Son of The Most High. Father. Man.

3 thoughts on “Architectural Photography, fixed”

  1. I don’t know, I like the van in there… and the person. I think those two elements really add character to the overall shot. They’re not so intrusive that they overpower the main subject, but they add a little quirk to the photo.


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