Architectural photography is far less dynamic than other fields of photography. Especially if compared to photojournalism or sports photography. You spend a lot of time reflecting over a scene or it’s environment. This means that with my camera, I don’t have to focus on the speed or the way of shooting, but only on the quality of the picture I want to obtain.
For the photography in architecture, you have, to focus on the rules of composition and the right shooting points. There is nothing better than a balanced and well-taken photo, to capture and show the look and the atmosphere of a building or an even internal setting.
It’s easy to think of architectural photography, simply as a photo of a building, but there’s more, architectural photography consists in capturing not only the design and accurate representation of a building, but also making sure that the pictures are esthetically pleasant and even sometimes artistic.