The art of photographing something as still as a building is to play with perspective. This helps you create a sense of flight or even a sense of shrinking.
A building’s image should express the architect’s philosophy without sacrificing functionality.
Accentuating the curves of a building sometimes calls for a more straight-on perspective, but not necessarily in a lateral way. You still want to evoke awe.
I also shoot bridges. They are a part of any architectural landscape.
Tilting my perspective, this building became a fan-like object.