In this lesson you will learn the major use of architectural photography and
the equipment and techniques used to produce it. You also will learn how to
operate the view camera, utilizing its controls to obtain proper
perspective, and correction of distortion for architectural photography.
TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
Identify the equipment and lighting used.
Determine the best composition, angle, and perspective.
Describe the various parts of a view camera.
Identify the perspective controls to correct distortion
in photographing buildings.
You will be given information from STP 11-25S13-SM-TG
Photographer's Mate Series NAVEDTRA 373-02-45-83, MOD 2.
Techniques for photographing architectural structures and
operating the view camera will be in accordance with STP 11-
25S13-SM-TG and Photographer's Mate Series NAVEDTRA 373-02-45-
83, MOD 2.
The material contained in this lesson was derived from the
following publications: STP 11-25S13-SM-TG and Photographer's
Mate Series NAVEDTRA 373-02-45-83, MOD 2.