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Royalty Free Photos: Buildings
Royalty Free Photos of Buildings
On this page I have displayed many photographs of buildings, that I have taken myself, for others to use, royalty free, on their websites, blogs, squidoo lenses or any other online content.
I have found buildings a good subject for photography with simple cameras because of the simple fact that they do not move, giving one the time to play around with the camera settings to get the best image. I have placed these pictures online for others to use because others have helped me in the past by allowing me to use their photographs copyright free; now it is my opportunity to help others.
These stock photos of buildings were all taken by myself with a Nikon Coolpix 7600 Digital Camera : I hope that you enjoy them and are able to make use of them.
1. All of the photographs displayed here were taken by me and I give permission for others to use them to illustrate web pages, blogs etc. so long as they are credited properly to me.
2. Please do not use any of these pictures of buildings on any products or merchandise that is intended for sale.
3. If you want to use my images on any printed educational material please ask me first. I say yes to 99% of these requests so do not be shy to ask me.
4. Please do not offer these images for reuse elsewhere.
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Gallery 1: Christian Architecture - Churches, Cathedrals And Minsters
For a long time now I have enjoyed visiting churches, minsters and cathedrals because of the fantastic architecture they usually consist of. Often they contain interesting historical tombs or artifacts - the church pictured here at Framlingham contained the battle helmet of the Black Prince!
The detailed architecture and, often, quaint settings of many churches make them very nice subjects for pictures; I hope you enjoy these few that I have presented here.
Take A Look At Some Of The World's Greatest Buildings
This is a really beautiful book containing photographs, information and cutaway images to show readers the greatest buildings around the world, from 2500 BC to 2010. This also contains features on some of the world's most influential architects. This is a fantastic book.
Gallery 2: Buddhist Temples From The Kingdom Of Thailand
Just as I like the architecture of churches, I really enjoy visiting Buddhist temples in Thailand, they are so colorful and always make excellent subjects for photography. I have traveled to almost every province of Thailand and it seems like there is always some interesting temple to spend some time in and play around with the camera.
Temples in Thailand are not backwards in coming forwards to ask for donations, but I always put something in one of the donation boxes in thanks of tolerating me creeping around their place of worship, taking photographs - I usually put money in the collection box for food for the temple dogs!
I hope you enjoy this set of copyright free pictures of Thai temples.
Gallery 3 - Modern Buildings In Bangkok, Thailand's Busy Capital CityClick thumbnail to view full-size
Royalty Free Photos of Buildings Gallery 4 - CastlesClick thumbnail to view full-size
Royalty Free Photos of Buildings Gallery 5 - Colorful Cottages In EnglandClick thumbnail to view full-size
Gallery 6 - Old Palaces and Royal Residences Of The Thai Royal FamilyClick thumbnail to view full-size
Gallery 7 - LighthousesClick thumbnail to view full-size
Royalty Free Photos of Buildings Gallery 8 - Vimanmek Teak Mansion, BangkokClick thumbnail to view full-size
Royalty Free Photos of Buildings Gallery 9: Old Windmill - The Black Mill, Beverley Westwood, East YorkshireClick thumbnail to view full-size
What Do You Think Of This Photo Of Shwedagon Pagoda, At Night, In Yangon, Myanmar?
Nikon Coolpix - Excellent Compact Digital Cameras For Everyday Use
All the photographs you see here I took myself using my old camera, Nikon Coolpix 7600. Although I have always struggled to take good photographs in the past, using this little camera I was suddenly able to get some nice images and after learning more about how to use it, the quality of my photos got better and better. Basically, digital cameras are excellent and allow everybody to take good photographs given a little practice.
I have upgraded my camera to a Canon Powershot SX160 which I am very happy with and the number of quality photographs I now obtain is much higher than before. However, I recently accompanied someone who was using a and it was just fantastic. Right now I am toying with the idea of getting this model even though I have only recently bought a new camera. Nikon Coolpix P510
Nikon have been setting the standards for compact digital cameras for a long time now with the Coolpix range. The P510 is really wonderful for a small camera with 16 MP and a 42x optical zoom lens that takes great pictures on full zoom and macro. I have even heard professional photographers talking about it with high enthusiasm.