‘Wide and low’ is an approach that pays dividends with any type of scenic photography, but especially architecture. If you want to exploit the drama, scale and perspective of big buildings, shoot from a worm’s eye view with your widest lens. Vertical lines converge dramatically, lines fire off in all directions, curves sweep and swoosh and the sky becomes your background. The urban landscape is where this approach pays dividends because you can juxtapose architectural features to create dynamic compositions. Stand among skyscrapers and look up. Find a flyover or underpass and use it to frame the scene beyond. Stand under the entrance to one building and crane your neck to see others across the street.