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Use a normal lens for architecture

Architectural photos, like images of people, often look best without distortion. With architecture, you want to render straight and curved lines in your subject just as they look naturally; they can appear odd when curved, such as when you use a wide-angle lens. Using a normal lens with a focal length averaging in the 40mm to 60mm range produces the best results, such as this image of a staircase in Taranto, Italy.

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