What Are Architectural Landscape Photos?
Monday, May 17th, 2010...11:03 am
Here is a quick overview of the history of architectural photography posted on a blog by Gina Cortez.
“WHF Talbot, one of the first photographers, used to take architectural landscape photos from his hotel window, in the cities he visited. Roger Fenton, the first war photographer was the first one to take fine architectural studies, using calotypes, both in Britain, his home country, and in Russia (in Kiev, Moscow and St. Petersburg). He learnt the waxed paper calotype process….”