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How to improve your architectural photography even if you’re a beginner

This eBook will get you started in no-time!

What are Architectural Abstracts?

They’re images that make you wonder “What am I looking at?”. You can create them by focusing on small details that make the building look like something out of this world. It’s fun to play with shapes and forms to create something new. Your creativity will be endless!

Get actionable tips so you can start shooting right away

Photography can get technical and complicated, which means you spend more time reading camera manuals and learning Photoshop than actually being out there shooting. Luckily, this eBook gives simple tips that you can put in practice right away.

Why our eBook?

Learn how little gear you need to start shooting right away and improving your architectural abstracts

Start seeing architecture differently so you can improve your vision while going around town

Learn how to find great architectural locations that will help you create portfolio-worthy images

Get step-by-step instructions once you're on location so you don't get stuck in a creative rut

Learn compositional tools to push your images to the next level, and win competitions!

Get tons of examples and some case studies to inspire you to go shoot!

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Learn from the pros

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Angie McMonigal

Angie is an award-winning fine art and commercial architecture photographer based in Chicago. She brings a detailed, thoughtful perspective to her work, whether for clients or through the workshops she leads. Focusing more frequently on bold architectural details rather than sweeping cityscapes, her photographs celebrate those unexpectedly iconic elements hiding in plain sight. Angie’s work has been internationally exhibited and published.

Hear from our community

“Angie taught me how to see. As a corporate event photographer, I often rely on looking at faces and quickly capturing moments. With architecture … it’s a different mindset. They taught me how to see different angles, shadows and colors. Different viewpoints of the world. Most importantly, I learned how to make art out of something from the everyday view.”

 

Bryan Esler, Event Photographer

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