Detailing architectural photography has become a highly lucrative business, with some artists earning upwards of $5,000 per month.
It’s no longer just for architects, either: In 2015, an online-only exhibition in New York called The Architecture of the Modern World sold for more than $400,000 at auction.
Architectural photographers have also gained an increasing profile, thanks to the internet, which has given them a platform to sell their work for a higher price.
This trend has led to an increasing demand for digital image editing tools and Photoshop plugins, which allow them to create more detailed images and remove flaws.
However, the vast majority of photographers do not have access to this software and many do not know how to use it.
Here are some of the best tools that you can use in your photography and editing.
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