Quite embarrassed to say I've only just got round to buying this book, despite knowing about it for quite some time. Julius Shulman is still a benchmark for architectural and interior photography. He was using some amazing techniques without the instant aid of digital imaging, techniques a lot of contemporary shooters are still employing today. His images are utterly incredible, I've not had a chance to thoroughly read this yet, I can't wait to get into it though, having a quick skim has really enticed me. Anyone who shooting architecture should pick this up. No doubt I'll be banging on about it soon on here.