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Architecture and photography
I am doing a dissertation on it.
Need guidance on Impacts of photography on architecture.
Aakanksha Puranik
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Architecture and photography
Aakanksha, If you search in the topic archive there are several earlier related topics on photography, but none on "the impact of photography on architecture".

Although, I do recall making mention of both `black and white` photography which was introduced 100 years ago and the Camera Obscura (aka pinhole camera) which was used in the 15th Century Italian Renaissance.

A modern variant of the pinhole camara is to copy an image on clear plastic, put it on an overhead projector, project the image against a large sheet of paper on a wall and then pencil in the image on the paper.

Furthermore, for sevral hundred years there has been a panoramic imaging device which is set in the conical roof of a round house and a complete 360 degree image is projected onto the inside wall.
Frank John Snelling
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