Melbourne based photographer Shannon McGrath trained in fine arts and photography at RMIT University. She has honed her practice over the last 12 years, concentrating on architecture and interior design with a growing interest in furniture, lighting and industrial design. Shannon has some great tips for shooting architecture: 1. Use a tilt shift lens to keep verticals lines straight and horizontals horizontal. 2. Use natural light for effect - strong sunlight creates dramatic contrast, while overcast light creates a softer mood. 3. Simplify the set - eliminate clutter for a clean, streamlined image. Don't miss a chance to watch or listen to your favorite photographers – download the TWiT Photo podcast on iTunes for free :) Have questions, suggestions or praises? Please connect with us on the TWiT Photo Forum
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