Like other types of photography, what lies ahead is always a series of challenges for photographers before an excellent shot is taken. However, there are two main challenges in architecture photography – Lighting and Image distortion . When photographing the exterior, natural lighting is all you have got and you have to capture the building at its most glamorous moment. Image distortion occurs when the building has lines running horizontally and vertically and they appear distorted. The right equipment and the right angles would prevent that pitfall.
Great photos, but I have to agree with Jace. You said: "the same adjustments you can do with analog photography" -You could do almost anything in a darkroom if you know what you're doing. Instead of saying they aren't photoshopped, maybe say there is no cloning etc being done. Saying they aren't photoshopped means they are straight out of the camera (and even at that, they'd have to be a straight RAW conversion instead of a Jpeg from the camera because those are manipulated by the camera itself). Either way, shoot what you love. I'd leave the descriptors out though and just let the photos speak for themselves.