Photographing architecture, both interior and exterior, can be a tricky task. But when done properly, can result in a great image and perspective of what you’re trying to capture.
For exteriors, if possible, try to shoot on a day where the weather is to your benefit. Photographing a children’s kindergarten school in the dead of winter with no sunlight and broken eerie tree branches… well let’s just say that might not be ideal. A haunted house, on the other hand, will thrive in a spooky setting.
You will also need to learn how to do a basic edit in regards to proportion. Have you ever tried to take a photo of a building and it comes out all wonky? Trust me.. it was not built that way. With a standard lens, you will always have some sort of distortion.
And of course, practice makes perfect. So get out there! And happy shooting!