Photographing Buildings and Architecture in Cities-Photography Tutorial




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27 Comments

  1. Mikey Nguyen
    September 3, 2012
    Reply

    Great tips as always

  2. Tony & Chelsea Northrup
    September 7, 2012
    Reply

    Haha, yeah, I don't think anybody's ever dyed their hair grey 🙂

  3. Neopulse00
    September 19, 2012
    Reply

    At 3:05 was it taken in Buenos Aires?

  4. Tony & Chelsea Northrup
    September 19, 2012
    Reply

    No, that's a gorgeous bridge right there in Dublin. I do want to visit Buenos Aires soon, though.

  5. Neopulse00
    September 21, 2012
    Reply

    Ahh look similar to one here in the Puerto Madero area. I'm an American that lives here. Lathough I'd be especially careful walking around with expensive equipment in Buenos Aires. The downtown (Microcentro) isn't bad, but even in certain areas there's a lot of mugging. Unless you're with a big group, wouldn't risk strolling alone all day with a camera out in the open to be honest.

  6. david hernandez
    October 1, 2012
    Reply

    Hey Tony, I've read your book and it would be great if there was a time laps section.

  7. david hernandez
    October 1, 2012
    Reply

    Time laps of starts

  8. david hernandez
    October 1, 2012
    Reply

    Stars

  9. Tony & Chelsea Northrup
    October 1, 2012
    Reply

    Funny you say that, I'm actually working with a time lapse expert now to create a section on that. You'll get it as a free update to the book–just be sure to follow my Facebook page (link in the description) to be notified when it's ready.

  10. Bart Schuck
    October 1, 2012
    Reply

    Hey Tony, great video. Your mention of shooting in close-quarters reminded me of the photo excursion I just went on along the northern CA & southern OR coastlines. Although I could have opt'd to be farther way from my subject, I stayed close, shot between 20 to 40 images and then used Microsoft ICE to piece them all together. Unlike "normal" panoramics that take a linear pan, ICE permits two-dimensional pans (up/down & side to side). I tried both locking the exposure & not to see which worked.

  11. Kevin Bautista
    October 10, 2012
    Reply

    0:12, grandpa is a cool guy.

  12. Crocodileofdoom
    December 6, 2012
    Reply

    If I want to make and HDR do I have to shoot in RAW or it can be JPEG?

  13. Tony & Chelsea Northrup
    December 6, 2012
    Reply

    Either, but I always recommend shooting raw. Check out the RAW vs JPEG video on my channel for more info.

  14. Crocodileofdoom
    December 6, 2012
    Reply

    Thanks, I have seen it already, it had really good and usefull information. I ask because I am thinking in purchasing the Sony Hx200v, and even though it dosn't have raw, I find it to be a really nice camera. Also I have seen the SuperZoom from Panasonic, but I don't need those other features well not right know maybe in two or three years.

  15. fauxhawkmullet
    May 14, 2013
    Reply

    Hi tony,

  16. Tony & Chelsea Northrup
    June 20, 2013
    Reply

    Thanks, Lane! Yes, Dublin's a gorgeous city. You guys really know how to party :). We hope to return soon.

  17. gurudeclan
    June 23, 2013
    Reply

    I'm from Dublin! Glad you had a nice time 🙂

  18. Tim Griffin
    June 23, 2013
    Reply

    Just bought your book and watched almost all your public videos. Learned a lot, keep up the good work!

  19. Nadav Olmert
    September 5, 2013
    Reply

    Hi, Quick question.. I have a Canon t3i and I would like to set up the HDR to get those amazing pictures. How do i enable it ?

  20. thespringonion
    September 17, 2013
    Reply

    How can a 17-35 lens equate to a 10mm lens in a crop sensor camera?

  21. Tony & Chelsea Northrup
    September 18, 2013
    Reply

    Check Chapter 6 of my Buying Guide at sdpcommunity*com.

  22. thespringonion
    September 18, 2013
    Reply

    Video is a little confusing, quoting the equivalent focal length then the actual lens used. So the lens you used is 10-22, equivalent to 16-35 on a crop sensor.

  23. Jake McGovern
    September 18, 2013
    Reply

    Please do!!! and do a meetup

  24. Tony & Chelsea Northrup
    September 28, 2013
    Reply

    Turn on bracketing (AEB) and then process the multiple pictures on your computer. There's detailed information in Chapter 11 of Stunning Digital Photography (links in the description).

  25. Darron Saunders
    March 11, 2017
    Reply

    Hello Tony – many thanks for the video – I'm just starting out in photography and have recently purchased a Panasonic G80/85 and was hoping you might be able to point me in the right direction as to a suitable lens for architectural photography (external building shots mostly). Looking for a lens that negates the need for me to step back so much – I currently have the 12-60 kits lens that came with the camera – any advice would be very much appreciated.

  26. Juan a
    March 30, 2017
    Reply

    lol 0:54 guy in the back wearing purple breaks his neck and looks at her ass hahaha

  27. Tony & Chelsea Northrup
    July 15, 2017
    Reply

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