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How to Improve your Architecture Photography on Gloomy Days

How to improve your architecture photography on gloomy days

Gloomy days suck, but I want to share how to improve your architecture photography by using such days. It’s been gloomy, overcast, or raining for a while now in London, Ontario and I simply can’t stop grinding or continue to let these days get me down. Moreover, I want to use my journal to share a glimpse into my world as an architectural photographer and give insight to people pursuing this genre of photography too. First, let me share why …

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Shooting into the sun is my jam

Shooting into the Sun is My Jam

Confession: I’m obsessed with shooting into the sun. I always have been. But it’s not until recently that I really started to notice the trend in my work. In this article, I bring up the reason I believe this imagery became my jam, share images, and mention how to shoot into the sun and get these sun flares or sun stars.

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