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myoheinzaw Nov 22, 2007 3:52 AM

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i dont know how to define architecture photography!

i want to know also how to classfy for architecture photos

pls kindlywrite some comments for these photos from architecture photography point of views

thanks n regards all

myoheinzaw Nov 22, 2007 3:54 AM

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myoheinzaw Nov 22, 2007 3:54 AM

this is second photos

myoheinzaw Nov 22, 2007 3:55 AM

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let me appoligize for my seperate messages

i dont know how to upload in one message!

pls kindly write comments for my photos , they can tell as architecture photos or not n how to classfy them

thanks n reagard


Bynx Nov 22, 2007 6:28 AM

In my opinion most of your photos fall under abstract design with their subject being the repetitive elements. Architectural Photos are photos which show off the building itself and then zoom in for closeup views. You should perhaps show the building then an attached view of the design element so people know what they are looking at.

musket Nov 22, 2007 7:20 AM

Welcome to the forum.

Nice shots, some information as to what we are looking at? helps the

viewer get more insight into the picture or scene and of course your own photo's

ie taken yourself or by friends or family even historical photo's for comparison.

Wikipedia: provides an explanation of the concept of 'Architectural photography'

It might include interior as well as exterior shots, and there are grey areas

where landscape shots might be includedif they alsocontain architecture.

It might also contain works of artif they are asssociated with architecture

as well as engineering achievments suchas bridges, dams, sculpture,

fountains, monuments etc.


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