Through his innovative inclusion of people in his architectural images, Canon Ambassador and world-renowned architectural photographer Fernando Guerra has become known for bringing spaces to life. "I push for living architecture. I'm not really interested in shooting a house without furniture or people. What I really like is to get to a house in the morning and shoot the kids getting ready for school – to see the normal rhythm of the house. Nobody was doing that extra layer of storytelling before I started. What drives me is the story of the people who live there," he says.
So what are the best Canon cameras and lenses for architecture photography? And when it comes to architectural photography lenses, how can having Canon tilt-shift lenses in your kitbag help when shooting buildings?
Here, Fernando shares the cameras and lenses essential to his work, while Mike Burnhill and John Maurice – Canon Europe Product Specialists and experts on lens technology – explain why Fernando's choices are suited to the architecture photography genre.