I find it difficult to capture the beautiful Parisian buildings in a way that does them justice. When I see them in person, I am in awe of their beauty. I love the iron balconies that are usually adorned with window boxes overflowing with red geraniums. However, when I look at photo after photo of my captures of the buildings, my emotion is more “meh” (with a typical French shrug).
Of the hundreds and hundreds of photos I’ve taken of French buildings over the years, this photo stood out from the rest. While it doesn’t have many of the window flower boxes I love so much (maybe it’s a hotel instead of a residence), I think it’s the interesting angle and the spotlight of sun streaming through from the left that made it different.
Does anyone have any great tips for capturing French buildings while I still have some time to put the advice to good use?
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