Architecture photography is a specialized field that requires special lenses and a strong understanding of camera, light and how to set the mood of an image.
In the past I used 4x5 or 8x10 cameras for architecture photography. I used special film that matched the lighting conditions, and special gel filters placed behind the lens, (inside the camera) to alter the color to achieve proper color ballance.
Today it is much different. I use digital hight end cameras with special lenses. I still think you should match the camera to the job. Digital is all about mega pixels, color depth like 14bit per pixel and capturing raw imaging data. Software like Photoshop and LightRoom has given us the ability to totally manage our images to the final output print or web.
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