Photography 101: Architecture


I’m not happy with the outcome of my snapshots in architecture so I take a walk to the park to photograph another building — Tubod Parish Church. This is a Catholic church located at the heart of the town.

church front view - the facade is still on renovation

church front view – the facade is currently on renovation

I sat on the park’s sidewalk across the street and took this photo at 7:37 this morning using my camera phone. [Although the church is facing east, the trees in People’s Park cast long shadows at this time of the day.]

Here are the versions of it in Black and White, Sepia, and Holga. PicMonkey is very helpful for these outcome.

church front view in Black and White

church front view in Black and White

church front view in Sepia

church front view in Sepia

church front view in Holga

church front view in Holga

This is the church’s right side view from a second floor window of my mom’s house. The side wall and the side gate are now painted white (those were gray before the renovation) and the colored glass panel looks clean as well.

right side view of Tubod Parish Church -  I took this photo on the second floor of my mom's house.

right side view of Tubod Parish Church

church side B&W

church right side view in B&W

church side in Sepia

church right side view in Sepia

church side view in Holga

church side view in Holga

church side

church right side view

church side view in B&W

church side view in B&W

TPC SIDE SEPIA

church right side view in Sepia

TPC SIDE HOLGA

church right side view in Holga

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