Exterior photography as sampled in the photo above is just one branch of Architectural photography – a popular field among Photographers in Baltimore MD. The city provides photographers with a diverse compilation of structures. It was founded in 1729 and is a showcase for examples of architectural styles than span almost three centuries. Prominent examples include the Baltimore Basilica, located on Cathedral Street, built between 1806 and 1821 in an enthralling neoclassical design. The Baltimore Basilica holds the distinction of being the nation’s oldest Catholic cathedral and as such has special significance for professional architecture photographers from within the city, nation and around the world. There is also the archaeologically accurate McKim's Free School built in the Greek-style in 1822. It is located on Baltimore Street, with its front façade reminiscent of the Temple of Hephaestus in Athens, Greece. Both structures are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. There are also the numerous brick and formstone-faced rowhouses that can be found throughout the city which make an idyllic backdrop to many photographs (on those occasions when they are not taking centerstage!). Not to be outdone is the interlocking block design of the University of Baltimore School of Law. The building has won several awards since its unveiling and is as interesting on the inside as it is on the outside. Its white spiraling staircase framed against a wall of glass has been the focus of many amateur and professional architecture Photographers in Baltimore MD. Baltimore has several skyscrapers for photographers who enjoy snapping pictures those, too. The tallest is the Transamerica Tower in the vicinity of Light Street. Sitting directly on Light Street, there is also the Bank of America Building which has had its fair share of attention from countless photographers.