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Patterns are all around us. They are as plentiful in nature as they are in manmade structures. Architectural Photography in New Jersey is never short on intriguing patterns. Examples range from historical structures like Hancock House and the Old Barracks Museum to more recent buildings, such as the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart and the Goldman Sachs Tower (popularly known as 30 Hudson Street). Patterns that combine lines, angles, curves, swirls, colors and textures, abound in these built marvels and in many other locations across the state. It’s like an architecture photographer’s dream come true! A photographer with sufficient experience has developed an eye for spotting these patterns and has also developed the skill of utilizing the patterns in a beneficial way in the composition of photographs. Architectural Photography in New Jersey allows photographers to create amazing photos of the myriad of patterns found throughout the city. Some structures are designed with just one pattern repeated, uninterrupted throughout while others are a composite of patterns that bear similar traits or have no discernable connection at all. Some photos of patterns are exquisite simply because the pattern is interrupted and that break catches the eye, as well as the imagination.While spotting the pattern and its potential is the first step, the second step is finding the correct angle to shoot it from so as to have the pattern make the biggest visual impact. In the photo above, I found the perfect vantage point was shooting the space from way up high! That way, I could incorporate the pattern of the tiles on the floor and the pattern of the arrangement of the chairs with the bolder pattern of the glass wall th