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 architectural photography The field of architectural photography is a vast one, covering the exteriors and interiors of a wide range of domestic, commercial, religious and institutional buildings, and man-made structures like engineering works and monuments. As well as closeup photographs of architectural detail, the category can present buildings in their environmental surroundings. Architectural photography can serve artistic, commercial and general interest purposes.
Old school building
Source: http://www.morguefile.com
Some useful tips on photographing buildings are available at http://photo.net
A sample of DIG members' attempts at capturing ancient/old buildings is displayed below.

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Joyce Pickup
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Diane Reddy
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Mavis Fitzgibbon
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Robin Ireland
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Pam Donnet
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Ian Chesterfield
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Mary Daly
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Geoff Turton
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Dorothy Durney
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Margaret Barnett
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Hazel Blair