An architectonic work is situated before the camera as a model without a pose but with all its available profiles. The object of the photograph does not move, it expects the photographer to move around it, choosing the best perspective, the best focus.
The photographer must delve deep, show all the points of view, seek the personality and the soul of the building that is the object of his work. And in the same dynamics, as one who photographs a model, finding the difference, the particularity, that which makes the work special.
The mastery of the focus and the talent of the photographer will decide the winning proposal.