March 8, 2017

In the profession of architecture, my former profession of law, and many others, practitioners need to meet continuing education requirements to maintain licensure. For better or worse, there are no such things in professional photography, but the conscientious photographer looks for ways to learn more of the things that will improve one's work.

Like many architectural photographers, I don’t have a formal background in architecture. I don’t think that is necessarily a handicap; if nothing else, it may help me to look at things naively, which can lead to useful discoveries. Nonetheless, I generally think that one can take better photographs the more one understands what he is looking at. And so I read books, attend lectures, study buildings, and keep up with the periodicals as ways to deepen my understanding of architecture.

I have just found another good source: a free online course offered by the...

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