Architecture Photography: An Interesting View on the World We Make

Architecture, in my opinion, is an art-form. This is shown especially in the town of Jackson Hole, Wyoming.


Each building has an interesting flare to it that adds to the artistic culture of the town itself with it’s many art galleries and vendors.


Capturing architecture can be really difficult when you first start doing it, but after spending a little bit of time looking around the area that you are in, you can start to see interesting angles and features of the buildings that will make your photography pop.


Sometimes playing around with the color of your photos can actually add a lot to the features of the architecture.


Whether you are only making one color pop out or you change the entire image to black and white, doing so can allow the different parts of the architecture to become more prevalent, making the viewer observe different aspects.



Check out some of Todd E. Swenson’s interesting architecture photography here!