Excellent perspective-corrected photographs of 1950s-70s Parisian architecture by Pierre-Luc Baron-Moreau.

These great shots of 1950s-70s Parisian architecture were taken by French photography student Pierre-Luc Baron-Moreau. In his own words: “It aims at creating geometric & graphic shapes/patterns with buildings of the post World War 2.”

If you’re wondering how he managed to capture the buildings so perfectly aligned, we’ve got the answer. Although perspective correction can be done with tools in Photoshop or Lightroom, it typically becomes a trade-off between the correct perspective and good image quality. With a tilt/shift lens, however, you can correct the perspective before it even hits the sensor or film – which is incredibly useful for architecture photography.

Via Behance.