For the Blogging University Photography Course I’m taking online, two of our latest assignments had to do with architectural photography. The lessons included the use of monochromatic photography playing with lines and light, as well as pops of color in an otherwise monochromatic photo to add interest and character.
I love architecture – the older the better, and have learned a lot over the years by looking at other photographers’ works. A great place to notice others’ work is to use Instagram, or to follow the blogs of other photographers. However, at the time that I began taking a closer look at photography in order to learn technique, there were no such things, and so I looked at magazine photos. I learned a lot just by doing this.
I have used the above techniques before, but found it a greater challenge to add a pop of color from the actual…
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