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Architecture

Architectural photography is typically, like most types of photography, best off during the golden/blue hours of the day. Just as import, in most cases, is a sky with some excitement to it. Finally, the last major import thing to be aware of is low wind. Wind isn't going to affect the architecture so much, but it affects your tripod and more importantly, all of the foliage usually found around the structure.

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No sunlight and the sky is a black void.
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No sunlight and the sky is a black void.

    No sunlight and the sky is a black void.
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    No sunlight and the sky is a black void.0

    No sunlight and the sky is a black void.

      No sunlight and the sky is a black void.
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      No sunlight and the sky is a black void.0

      No sunlight and the sky is a black void.

        No sunlight and the sky is a black void.
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        Sunday 11/19
         
        No sunlight and the sky is a black void.0

        No sunlight and the sky is a black void.

          No sunlight and the sky is a black void.
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          Sunday 11/19
           
          No sunlight and the sky is a black void.0

          No sunlight and the sky is a black void.

            A dull and boring sky, however, if you exclude the sky from your photos, your structure will be incredibly detailed.
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            Sunday 11/19
             
            A dull and boring sky, however, if you exclude the sky from your photos, your structure will be incredibly detailed.2

            A dull and boring sky, however, if you exclude the sky from your photos, your structure will be incredibly detailed.

            • CLOUDS: The best landscape photos are when there is the right amount and type of clouds in the sky, with a good balance of clouds and blue sky peaking through.
               
              Heavy
            • WIND: Wind can make your foreground move or make the trees in the background blur, so the less the better.
               
              Windy
            • RAINFALL: Getting drenched is not fun nor good for your camera. Rain also subdues the colors. However, if you are lucky, a recent rain, so long as it has moved on, can clean the atmosphere and intensify colors.
               
              Heavy
            • HAZE: Warmer temperatures tend to induce haze, which cause distant colors and contrast to be subdued. Additionally, warmer weather tends to wither foliage.
               
              Cold
            • LIGHT: Having the ideal quality of light gives you the most flexibility in the field. Ideally, you are looking for those golden hours or when its quite cloudy.
               
              Absent
            A dull and boring sky, however, if you exclude the sky from your photos, your structure will be incredibly detailed.
            5
            Sunday 11/19
             
            A dull and boring sky, however, if you exclude the sky from your photos, your structure will be incredibly detailed.5

            A dull and boring sky, however, if you exclude the sky from your photos, your structure will be incredibly detailed.

            • CLOUDS: The best landscape photos are when there is the right amount and type of clouds in the sky, with a good balance of clouds and blue sky peaking through.
               
              Heavy
            • WIND: Wind can make your foreground move or make the trees in the background blur, so the less the better.
               
              Windy
            • RAINFALL: Getting drenched is not fun nor good for your camera. Rain also subdues the colors. However, if you are lucky, a recent rain, so long as it has moved on, can clean the atmosphere and intensify colors.
               
              Heavy
            • HAZE: Warmer temperatures tend to induce haze, which cause distant colors and contrast to be subdued. Additionally, warmer weather tends to wither foliage.
               
              Cold
            • LIGHT: Having the ideal quality of light gives you the most flexibility in the field. Ideally, you are looking for those golden hours or when its quite cloudy.
               
              Golden Hour
            A dull and boring sky, however, if you exclude the sky from your photos, your structure will be incredibly detailed.
            5
            Sunday 11/19
             
            A dull and boring sky, however, if you exclude the sky from your photos, your structure will be incredibly detailed.5

            A dull and boring sky, however, if you exclude the sky from your photos, your structure will be incredibly detailed.

            • CLOUDS: The best landscape photos are when there is the right amount and type of clouds in the sky, with a good balance of clouds and blue sky peaking through.
               
              Heavy
            • WIND: Wind can make your foreground move or make the trees in the background blur, so the less the better.
               
              Windy
            • RAINFALL: Getting drenched is not fun nor good for your camera. Rain also subdues the colors. However, if you are lucky, a recent rain, so long as it has moved on, can clean the atmosphere and intensify colors.
               
              Heavy
            • HAZE: Warmer temperatures tend to induce haze, which cause distant colors and contrast to be subdued. Additionally, warmer weather tends to wither foliage.
               
              Cold
            • LIGHT: Having the ideal quality of light gives you the most flexibility in the field. Ideally, you are looking for those golden hours or when its quite cloudy.
               
              Golden Hour
            A dull and boring sky, however, if you exclude the sky from your photos, your structure will be incredibly detailed.
            4
            Sunday 11/19
             
            A dull and boring sky, however, if you exclude the sky from your photos, your structure will be incredibly detailed.4

            A dull and boring sky, however, if you exclude the sky from your photos, your structure will be incredibly detailed.

            • CLOUDS: The best landscape photos are when there is the right amount and type of clouds in the sky, with a good balance of clouds and blue sky peaking through.
               
              Heavy
            • WIND: Wind can make your foreground move or make the trees in the background blur, so the less the better.
               
              Windy
            • RAINFALL: Getting drenched is not fun nor good for your camera. Rain also subdues the colors. However, if you are lucky, a recent rain, so long as it has moved on, can clean the atmosphere and intensify colors.
               
              Heavy
            • HAZE: Warmer temperatures tend to induce haze, which cause distant colors and contrast to be subdued. Additionally, warmer weather tends to wither foliage.
               
              Cold
            • LIGHT: Having the ideal quality of light gives you the most flexibility in the field. Ideally, you are looking for those golden hours or when its quite cloudy.
               
              Golden Hour
            A dull and boring sky, however, if you exclude the sky from your photos, your structure will be incredibly detailed.
            3
            Sunday 11/19
             
            A dull and boring sky, however, if you exclude the sky from your photos, your structure will be incredibly detailed.3

            A dull and boring sky, however, if you exclude the sky from your photos, your structure will be incredibly detailed.

            • CLOUDS: The best landscape photos are when there is the right amount and type of clouds in the sky, with a good balance of clouds and blue sky peaking through.
               
              Heavy
            • WIND: Wind can make your foreground move or make the trees in the background blur, so the less the better.
               
              Windy
            • RAINFALL: Getting drenched is not fun nor good for your camera. Rain also subdues the colors. However, if you are lucky, a recent rain, so long as it has moved on, can clean the atmosphere and intensify colors.
               
              Drizzle
            • HAZE: Warmer temperatures tend to induce haze, which cause distant colors and contrast to be subdued. Additionally, warmer weather tends to wither foliage.
               
              Cold
            • LIGHT: Having the ideal quality of light gives you the most flexibility in the field. Ideally, you are looking for those golden hours or when its quite cloudy.
               
              Harsh
            Wind will make sharp photos difficult.
            3
            Sunday 11/19
             
            Wind will make sharp photos difficult.3

            Wind will make sharp photos difficult.

            • CLOUDS: The best landscape photos are when there is the right amount and type of clouds in the sky, with a good balance of clouds and blue sky peaking through.
               
              Heavy
            • WIND: Wind can make your foreground move or make the trees in the background blur, so the less the better.
               
              Windy
            • RAINFALL: Getting drenched is not fun nor good for your camera. Rain also subdues the colors. However, if you are lucky, a recent rain, so long as it has moved on, can clean the atmosphere and intensify colors.
               
              Drizzle
            • HAZE: Warmer temperatures tend to induce haze, which cause distant colors and contrast to be subdued. Additionally, warmer weather tends to wither foliage.
               
              Cold
            • LIGHT: Having the ideal quality of light gives you the most flexibility in the field. Ideally, you are looking for those golden hours or when its quite cloudy.
               
              Harsh
            Wind will make sharp photos difficult.
            4
            Sunday 11/19
             
            Wind will make sharp photos difficult.4

            Wind will make sharp photos difficult.

            • CLOUDS: The best landscape photos are when there is the right amount and type of clouds in the sky, with a good balance of clouds and blue sky peaking through.
               
              Heavy
            • WIND: Wind can make your foreground move or make the trees in the background blur, so the less the better.
               
              Windy
            • RAINFALL: Getting drenched is not fun nor good for your camera. Rain also subdues the colors. However, if you are lucky, a recent rain, so long as it has moved on, can clean the atmosphere and intensify colors.
               
              Drizzle
            • HAZE: Warmer temperatures tend to induce haze, which cause distant colors and contrast to be subdued. Additionally, warmer weather tends to wither foliage.
               
              Cold
            • LIGHT: Having the ideal quality of light gives you the most flexibility in the field. Ideally, you are looking for those golden hours or when its quite cloudy.
               
              Harsh
            Wind will make sharp photos difficult.
            4
            Sunday 11/19
             
            Wind will make sharp photos difficult.4

            Wind will make sharp photos difficult.

            • CLOUDS: The best landscape photos are when there is the right amount and type of clouds in the sky, with a good balance of clouds and blue sky peaking through.
               
              Heavy
            • WIND: Wind can make your foreground move or make the trees in the background blur, so the less the better.
               
              Windy
            • RAINFALL: Getting drenched is not fun nor good for your camera. Rain also subdues the colors. However, if you are lucky, a recent rain, so long as it has moved on, can clean the atmosphere and intensify colors.
               
              Drizzle
            • HAZE: Warmer temperatures tend to induce haze, which cause distant colors and contrast to be subdued. Additionally, warmer weather tends to wither foliage.
               
              Cold
            • LIGHT: Having the ideal quality of light gives you the most flexibility in the field. Ideally, you are looking for those golden hours or when its quite cloudy.
               
              Harsh
            Wind will make sharp photos difficult.
            5
            Sunday 11/19
             
            Wind will make sharp photos difficult.5

            Wind will make sharp photos difficult.

            • CLOUDS: The best landscape photos are when there is the right amount and type of clouds in the sky, with a good balance of clouds and blue sky peaking through.
               
              Heavy
            • WIND: Wind can make your foreground move or make the trees in the background blur, so the less the better.
               
              Windy
            • RAINFALL: Getting drenched is not fun nor good for your camera. Rain also subdues the colors. However, if you are lucky, a recent rain, so long as it has moved on, can clean the atmosphere and intensify colors.
               
              Drizzle
            • HAZE: Warmer temperatures tend to induce haze, which cause distant colors and contrast to be subdued. Additionally, warmer weather tends to wither foliage.
               
              Cold
            • LIGHT: Having the ideal quality of light gives you the most flexibility in the field. Ideally, you are looking for those golden hours or when its quite cloudy.
               
              Diffused
            Wind will make sharp photos difficult.
            5
            Sunday 11/19
             
            Wind will make sharp photos difficult.5

            Wind will make sharp photos difficult.

            • CLOUDS: The best landscape photos are when there is the right amount and type of clouds in the sky, with a good balance of clouds and blue sky peaking through.
               
              Heavy
            • WIND: Wind can make your foreground move or make the trees in the background blur, so the less the better.
               
              Windy
            • RAINFALL: Getting drenched is not fun nor good for your camera. Rain also subdues the colors. However, if you are lucky, a recent rain, so long as it has moved on, can clean the atmosphere and intensify colors.
               
              Drizzle
            • HAZE: Warmer temperatures tend to induce haze, which cause distant colors and contrast to be subdued. Additionally, warmer weather tends to wither foliage.
               
              Cold
            • LIGHT: Having the ideal quality of light gives you the most flexibility in the field. Ideally, you are looking for those golden hours or when its quite cloudy.
               
              Diffused
            Wind will make sharp photos difficult.
            5
            Sunday 11/19
             
            Wind will make sharp photos difficult.5

            Wind will make sharp photos difficult.

            • CLOUDS: The best landscape photos are when there is the right amount and type of clouds in the sky, with a good balance of clouds and blue sky peaking through.
               
              Heavy
            • WIND: Wind can make your foreground move or make the trees in the background blur, so the less the better.
               
              Windy
            • RAINFALL: Getting drenched is not fun nor good for your camera. Rain also subdues the colors. However, if you are lucky, a recent rain, so long as it has moved on, can clean the atmosphere and intensify colors.
               
              Drizzle
            • HAZE: Warmer temperatures tend to induce haze, which cause distant colors and contrast to be subdued. Additionally, warmer weather tends to wither foliage.
               
              Cold
            • LIGHT: Having the ideal quality of light gives you the most flexibility in the field. Ideally, you are looking for those golden hours or when its quite cloudy.
               
              Perfect
            Good conditions for photographing architecture.
            6
            Sunday 11/19
             
            Good conditions for photographing architecture.6

            Good conditions for photographing architecture.

            • CLOUDS: The best landscape photos are when there is the right amount and type of clouds in the sky, with a good balance of clouds and blue sky peaking through.
               
              Heavy
            • WIND: Wind can make your foreground move or make the trees in the background blur, so the less the better.
               
              Windy
            • RAINFALL: Getting drenched is not fun nor good for your camera. Rain also subdues the colors. However, if you are lucky, a recent rain, so long as it has moved on, can clean the atmosphere and intensify colors.
               
              Drizzle
            • HAZE: Warmer temperatures tend to induce haze, which cause distant colors and contrast to be subdued. Additionally, warmer weather tends to wither foliage.
               
              Cold
            • LIGHT: Having the ideal quality of light gives you the most flexibility in the field. Ideally, you are looking for those golden hours or when its quite cloudy.
               
              Perfect
            Good conditions for photographing architecture.
            6
            Sunday 11/19
             
            Good conditions for photographing architecture.6

            Good conditions for photographing architecture.

            • CLOUDS: The best landscape photos are when there is the right amount and type of clouds in the sky, with a good balance of clouds and blue sky peaking through.
               
              Heavy
            • WIND: Wind can make your foreground move or make the trees in the background blur, so the less the better.
               
              Windy
            • RAINFALL: Getting drenched is not fun nor good for your camera. Rain also subdues the colors. However, if you are lucky, a recent rain, so long as it has moved on, can clean the atmosphere and intensify colors.
               
              None
            • HAZE: Warmer temperatures tend to induce haze, which cause distant colors and contrast to be subdued. Additionally, warmer weather tends to wither foliage.
               
              Cold
            • LIGHT: Having the ideal quality of light gives you the most flexibility in the field. Ideally, you are looking for those golden hours or when its quite cloudy.
               
              Blue Hour
            No sunlight and the sky is a black void.
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            Sunday 11/19
             
            No sunlight and the sky is a black void.0

            No sunlight and the sky is a black void.

              No sunlight and the sky is a black void.
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              Sunday 11/19
               
              No sunlight and the sky is a black void.0

              No sunlight and the sky is a black void.

                No sunlight and the sky is a black void.
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                Sunday 11/19
                 
                No sunlight and the sky is a black void.0

                No sunlight and the sky is a black void.

                  No sunlight and the sky is a black void.
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                  Sunday 11/19
                   
                  No sunlight and the sky is a black void.0

                  No sunlight and the sky is a black void.

                    No sunlight and the sky is a black void.
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                    Sunday 11/19
                     
                    No sunlight and the sky is a black void.0

                    No sunlight and the sky is a black void.

                      No sunlight and the sky is a black void.
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                      Sunday 11/19
                       
                      No sunlight and the sky is a black void.0

                      No sunlight and the sky is a black void.

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