1. Pay Attention to the Light – Try silhouettes, Side-lighting or Shadows.
2. Symmetry & Reflections – Capture horizontal, vertical & diagonal
frames of an object.
3. Tell the Story – Ask people about its history, be the story-teller
and use architectural elements (staircase, windows, rooftops) to
convey the story.
4. Use Tripod – Better use tripod & camera with narrow aperture (f/11)
to capture detail of every part of an architecture.
5. Walk Around – Take a stroll around and explore the possible vantage
points. Look for pillars, walls & sculptures.
6. Wide-Angle Advantage – Try to include everything in your frame.
DR. HIREN B. SONI
[M.Sc. (Zoology); Ph.D. (Environmental Science)]
Assistant Professor [Animal Science (Zoology) /
Biodiversity Specialist (Ornithology & Wildlife Biology)
Tel: 02692-251217 (R), 09426023901 (M)
"Solutions to Problems depend upon Knowledge which only
Research can provide" - H. Kalmbach