Capturing architecture in a photograph is not as easy as it seems. Most of the time, you have to take a couple of shots and play around with the angle to frame it perfectly. The end result should highlight the distinguishing features or the remarkable characteristics of the design.
The course suggests that we post black-and-white photos of architecture. Instead of a monochromatic picture, I opted to adjust the saturation to create a dramatic overcast effect.
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