2. Perfectly frame an architectural photograph.
“It is good to study a photographic scene slowly and carefully, observing how objects interact in space. Simply shifting your angle in space in relation to your subject can make or break the dynamism of a photograph.
“Start out at a central point, then walk five feet to the left, five feet to the right, and keep photographing, observing how the spatial relationships shift with every step. Before you know it, you’ll discover the ‘sweet spot’ from which to take your photograph.”
-Jade Doskow, teaches Architectural Photography and Modern Ruins at SVA (Image: Jade Doskow, ‘Green Mystery House,’ 2011)