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What can a Building Teach a Photographer?

Always complaning (or know somebody) about shooting the same thing over and over again? Andy Romanoff does exactly that and walks away with some valuable lessons. Find out more after the jump!

There are certain structures or buildings that we inevitably pass by every time we’re out shooting. Usually, these are churches or buildings. Throughout our shooting career, we eventually land with dozens of photos of the said place, intentionally or unintentionally. For some, this is boring. What Romanoff implores us is to see it in a different light, and the building will reveal itself to you, giving you a side or a glimpse you’ve never seen before.

Has this happened to you? Watch the video below for his explanation!

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This is the original article written in: English. It is also available in: Deutsch & Spanish.