© Adam Stoltman
Look for Dramatic Angles to add Impact. Just like people, buildings have good sides and bad sides. By walking around a building you can find which lines are flattering, and which are not. You can also position yourself to create the most dramatic composition possible. In the image here of the new Alice Tully Recital Hall at New York′s Lincoln Center, the powerful and angular lines of the architecture are accentuated by the low vantage point and by the photographer choosing his position carefully.