In this 21st century nothing is out of the picture! Yes, everything is part of a picture or a photograph now. Be it architecture, food, clothes, buildings or our day to day activities. We are a photography-obsessed generation, and most of us wants to be either a pro photographer, whether of food or of the surrounding built environment. Most of us now perceive or understand architecture through photographs rather than physical or spatial experiences. Architectural photography or photography of the built environment is useful in multiple ways. First for studying the building and visually understanding its aesthetics and characteristics and also as a beauty in the eyes of the beholder who may not get the opportunity to personally visit the architectural spectacle or the building in the photograph. Though everyone tries their hand at being a good architectural photographer, it takes time, practice and experience to be a professional. Apart from this, there is also the need to learn the art of this photography in detail to understand the tricks and techniques and add a touch of your personality to your photographs. As they say a picture is worth a thousand words, similarly a pro architectural photographer’s photos should communicate all there is to tell about the building and the space. And, so to know how to be a pro at architectural photography continue reading below. We will share with you some tips to learn and master this art through various ways.