50 Beautiful Examples of Architecture Photography
This post is dedicated to Architecture Photography. Our surrounding is full of many beautiful things: traditional or fashionable, architectural photography can be as exciting as it is gratifying. In this kind of photography, a photographer usually experiments with various angles, settings, timing and effects to achieve the most interesting shot of buildings. In this post, we have gathered some of the beautiful, unusual and bizarre architectural photos as well as related concept artworks for your inspiration.
The Beauty of Architecture Photography
Futuristic Groningen Architecture
Black Contemporary Facade Detail
Autumn afternoon in Notting Hill, London
Sydney Opera House - Iconic Architecture
Architecture - Germany - Deutschland
Axel Towers (Copenhagen) by Lundgaard & Tranberg
National Art Center in Tokyo, Japan
Victoria Street, Edinburgh, Scotland
Bizzare Architectural Photography
The folding exterior of Tuletornen creates an interesting mix of shadows and highlights
Wondering the suburbs on England
Orange reflective architecture
Architectural Concept Art
In this section of Article we will show you some of mindblowing Architectural Concept Art, so let’s get ready to close your eyes and imagine the most innovative and beautiful buildings and architectures that we may see in near future. Feel free to share your comments with us.
Other Useful Resources
- 9 Architectural Photography Tips Classical or contemporary; architectural photography can be as challenging as it is rewarding. Here are some pointers to help you get started.
- An Introduction to Architectural Photography
Photographing homes and buildings presents a unique set of challenges for a shooter. There are any number of variables that affect each project, this is an outline on how to make the best photos possible under any circumstance.
- A Guide to Architectural Photography
Architecture is a broad subject, and one that surrounds us on a daily basis. It comes and no surprise then that it is also a very popular topic in photography. But despite its diversity there are a number of simple rules that apply in most situations, or will at least get you thinking more deeply about how you can best portray a particular piece of architecture.
- How to Photograph Architecture (Exterior)
This is an example-based tutorial on photographing buildings.
- Stunning Staircase Photography
Lines, patterns, symmetry and interesting shapes have long been used by photographers to produce intriguing compositions that draw your eye in. That's what makes staircases such a great subject - they have them all in abundance.
- Architecture Photography: Beauty of Interior and Exterior Designs
A great collection of Interior and Exterior Designs photography.
perfect photos thanks
very very nice photo thanks
vc é linda…
Good stuff but looks like most of this has already been (+more) published here
This is extremely cool, but the title is “50 Beautiful Examples of Architecture Photography,” not photography and artwork.
Cool photos. Not sure what rainbow city is doing in there but overall very nice.
Great selection of photographs!!! Some really wild building designs…
Please add TAJMAHAL form india, is one beautiful architecture as a simple of love
extremely cool Architecture (Exterior) ….
Have a Look at the Vitra house: http://veerle.duoh.com/modernhomedesign/article/vitra_house
1 of the best I’ve seen.
Nice photos,some really strange and special
Nice photos for real. We got a bit lost in the end though, no? ;) More concept renders then photography. Shame that it doesn’t always say where the buildings are. Awesome selection though. Tnx
Cool stuff! love it!
The “GERMANY 5581copy” is the “Waldspirale” in Darmstadt, Germany by Friedensreich Hundertwasser (a so-called “Hundertwasserhaus”, the most famous of these is in Vienna, Austria)
WOW!!! some very cool work there.
Very beautiful. The Raevona one reminds me of real world in the Matrix movie (where machines have taken over the world!)
exactly…..but then we have to think if it is sustainable or not…..we often read about SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE….but are we applying dat????which our environment needs….
it is very very nice pic
very very amazing photoes
i like to be an architect,, i oove to see beautiful design of the structures,,,
Really nice report, thank you for this. I think I will use a similar format with mine. Good to see you are getting some commentors here too, but the replies are a little weird. Anyway, Cheers!
I’m amazed how much more we can do with architectural photography in the digital age. You just wouldn’t get images this sharp without it. Great post.
WE NEED TO PONDER ON..WHAT IS REELISTIC..AND WHAT IS REALISTIC IN ARCHITECTURE!!!!buildings just cannot be displayed like anything,which is in contrast to the interiors..if that happens..that is called as “FALSE ARCHITECTURE”
I like the bizarre section, some architecture I have not come across before. Although I may be wrong and some of them have been heavily digitally manipulated!
Wow after seeing all these incredible architectural structures one wonders what the world would be like if all the architecture we built was at this level
Very Nice…. Looking forward to more, lighting, interiors..
I like this one http://alexandergusev.com/images/s/83AS4949.jpg
Very nice post, I wish I would have a interior like that, thanks for sharing.
Interesting and artistic, thanks for the assembling this collection.
These pictures are amazing , Showing the art of engineering in pretty way :-)
NICE BEAUTIFUL ARCHITECTURE ARTS VERY VERY NICE
Too much digital manipulation.
The manipulation is crazy…in a good way.
Impressive post with well-picked photographs. I found this post to be worth sharing…I found this one while searching for architectural photography examples.
The given photos are truly artistic.
very niceeeeeeeeeeee and beautiful collection. also I will b an architec n future
I love these structures. Hope to have many of related structures here in Nigeria. I am curently working on one. It will listed here someday.
It was really good structures, i like it too much