I’m sure many of you are very experienced Photoshop users, so I won’t bore you with too much detail. There are just two things I wanted to mention:
- If you have a photo that was taken in less-than-perfect light, try the Image – Adjustments – Shadow/Highlight tool. Some experimentation with this adjustment can yield very good results.
- One principle of Architectural Photography is that of Straight Verticals. If you have an image that has warped verticals due to perspective, you can use the Filter – Distort – Lens Correction tool in Photoshop.
Here is an example:
For more photography and composition principles, check out AB4061 Is That a Photograph? Architectural Photography for 3D Rendering.