- City Landmarks and monuments
- Architecture and Interiors
- Skyline Sunsets
- Streets and buildings
The above bullet points pretty much say it all. When you are out, find those interesting scenes in your town and shoot them. Photograph local landmarks, monuments, buildings of interest.
Head out after dark and capture some night photos of your city or town Most towns have lighting displays during the Christmas season… go out and get them. You can even get some nice urban sunsets while you are out there.
Another thought is to pick some land marks and photograph them through out the year. Show the changes of the seasons and how they affect the mood and feel of a location.
Another option is to go into buildings and shoot the interiors. Photographer, Brian Matiash, will go into abandoned warehouses and shoot some beautiful HDR photographs. He will play with perspective and composition. Check out his website and get some ideas from his work.
Hit the streets and start shooting up your city with your camera. There are lots of things to shoot in any town or city and I am confident that you can find them! This is one of those daily shoots that can also server to brake you away from the confines of your office, studio or house. Enjoy some of that weather and happy shooting!