When you’ve finished shooting the exterior, why not slip inside and shoot some interiors as well? While dull weather ain’t great for external shots, the soft, flat light can be ideal indoors because it keeps contrast down. Same if the heavens open – get out of the wet and keep shooting! Old buildings often have atmospheric interiors because the windows are small and light levels fall away rapidly to create wonderful studies in light and shade. Low light levels often make a tripod necessary to avoid camera shake, while a wideangle zoom will allow you to get a lot in the shot even when your back’s against the wall – literally. Modern interiors tend to be a riot of repetition – lines, angles and edges or clever curves and sinuous swirls – while symmetry is often evident if you find a central viewpoint.