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If you’re reading this post, then you’ve probably come across the term hero shot in architectural photography. You may have even used the term yourself, but when you’re sitting in front 80 images of the same building trying to figure out what the hero shot is, it may be more difficult than you imagine. In […]Continue Reading


This post adds to my series on composition in architectural photography. The first composition I looked at was the Elevation Straight On shot. This time we’re going to look at what happens when we shoot an elevation from an angle. As a general term I’m going to call this an Elevation 3D shot, but really it’s […]Continue Reading


One of the most basic (and essential) compositions for architectural photography is what I call the Elevation Straight On shot. A few examples below via Pinterest. Today I’m going to break down this composition and look for the patterns that make it work. Follow Nic Granleese’s board Elevation straight in front on Pinterest. Breaking down […]Continue Reading