Celebrate the beauty of buildings.

See how talented photographers Ludwig Favre and Tobi Shinobi create striking architecture images, in their own original ways.

 

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Ludwig Favre 

Starting his professional career just six years ago, Ludwig’s developed a distinctive style which embellishes reality. With a colour palette of soft pastels, he crafts dream-like imagery.

Tobi Shinobi

From composition to final edit, Tobi found photography gave him control - the opposite of his day job as a lawyer. Now he’s built a career for himself, embracing the symmetry of architecture.

Watch how Ludwig works.

Follow our step-by-step tutorials and learn how to transform your architecture imagery.

Play with perspective.

Discover the potential of the Geometry tool and rescue slanted photos with a few simple edits.

Remove distractions.

It doesn’t matter whether it’s big or small, you can use the Content-Aware and Stamp tools to make eyesores disappear.

Upgrade your sky.

When the ideal scene doesn’t present itself on location, it’s super easy to fix it up later in Photoshop or Lightroom.

Set the vibe.

With Lightroom, you can transform your photos on the go. Make powerful colour edits on your phone and intensify the mood.

Try Ludwig’s free presets.

Ludwig relies on his customised presets to make effective edits, fast. Try them out for free and see what your images look like, in his style.


Learn how to edit like Tobi.

Check out these short and simple tutorials and get to grips with some of Tobi’s favourite Lightroom tools.

Make wide-angle images captivating.

If like Tobi, you love a wide-angle lens, this tutorial will show you which features you’ll need to make your photos more dramatic.

Elevate interiors.

See your interior imagery light up - try out Radial Gradients and make impactful edits to specific areas of your composition.

Try Tobi’s free presets.

Tobi uses his own presets to quickly apply the same style to a series of photos. Now you can experiment with his customised presets.

Find your own style.

 

For each new scene or subject, get new tricks to make your shots stand out.