News no 18: How to judge Architectural photography" by Paul Robinson

Some points from the talk are
3. There are three basic viewpoints – Direct front elevation, 45 degs from the left and 45 degs from the right. Exteriors need to be explored by looking for the unusual, for strong geometry and scale, for details,
angles, the abstract, materials and surface texture.
4. Interiors are challenging owing to reflective. When there is a need to match interior and external brightness often this can best be achieved on an overcast day with interior fill light and all lamps/overhead lights switched on., wall paintings and look for complementary colours for abstract interpretations. Further, shoot as pinhole option as no image needs to be exactly as it is found. 

Level 6 Master

Level 6 training is not about image evaluation or image judging, it has in fact travelled full circle from Level 1 being all about the judge as a person and photographic judge, through the intermediate levels which included discussion on many of the genre in photography to level 6 where at this level you will hopefully learn more about some of the aspects behind art and photography. 

Level 6 is about you being able to teach and pass on your knowledge to others.  In Master training we hope to equip you with an understanding of what lies behind your judging.