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Natalie Amrossi, aka Misshattan, shares five tips for capturing cityscapes, such as how to plan your shot, perspectives to consider, and other elements that make up this type of photograph. 0:00 - Introduction 0:18 - Tip 1 0:54 - Tip 2 2:00 - Tip 3 2:47 - Tip 4 3:36 - Tip 5 4:32 - Final Thoughts
Interior and architectural photography take planning, a great sense of composition, as well as lighting and technical skills, to capture a successful image. Whether you're photographing cityscapes, interiors, or architecture, it is essential to learn the conventions and language of this craft. Bruce Katz presents editorial assignments from Architectural Digest, New York Magazine, and Landscape Architecture, including commercial work from architectural and interior design firms throughout the country. Are you an aspiring photographer of
Are you looking to take your photography to new dimensions? Erick Hercules shows you how to be creative in your visual storytelling and photographic composition. From where do you draw your photography inspiration from? In the Comments section, below, tell us about how you decide to frame your photographic compositions.
Chrystofer Davis discusses how film photography has improved his photography overall. Davis is a professional photographer who does street, portrait, fashion, and architecture photography.
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Using the Hasselblad X1D II 50C, Derek takes the XCD 45P medium format lens out for a spin for some portrait street photography and architecture photography. He also checks out Hasselblad's Phocus Mobile 2 app, which has RAW image support, camera control, and allows for easy sharing. Whether you are just getting started with medium