I have often heard people comment on the many optical distortions inherent in modern photography, often with a degree of surprise, wonder and sometimes distain. Lenses of various focal lengths are now readily available to any photographer who is happy to spend the money. Architectural photographers have always used wide angle lens to capture interior and exterior features of the buildings they photograph. These lenses can exaggerate the perspective of a photograph or the relationship/size of near and far objects as seen by the lens. One technique to reduce the amount of distortion is to use a “one point perspective” or to photo the space front-on and not at an acute or diagonal angle. Design & Construct residential Builders.