Personal Touch: Including Staff in Your Photography

When it comes to attracting both clients and employees, photography of your buildings, projects, and work can make the difference between a call and a trip back to Google. As we talked about in our blog, Adding the Human Element to Architectural Photography, having people in your photos helps bring life to them. As such, including yourself and your staff in your photography can help provide a personal and humanizing element in your photography, especially for small companies and their websites.

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Adding the Human Element to Architectural Photography

Adding the Human Element to Architectural Photography

Architectural photography is just that: photography that focuses on the structure of buildings, from their exterior facades to individual interior rooms. And while the purpose of these shots can differ, from helping sell a home to showcasing facilities, it’s easy to forget about the human element. In this blog, we’re going to view how bringing people into the mix in photography can add unexpected depth to your photos.

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Shooting Beautiful Building Photography on a Rainy Day

Shooting Beautiful Building Photography on a Rainy Day

For many events, a rainy day can spell disaster. But for architectural photography, this doesn’t always mean having to throw in the towel. On cloudy and even rainy days, there are some great photos to be taken. The following are a few ways I’ve found over my years of experience to turn the negative of overcast and rains into a positive of better architectural photography.

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The Importance of the Walkthrough in Architectural Photography

The Importance of the Walkthrough in Architectural Photography

Can an architectural photographer come in and shoot on the same day? Of course. Should they? Absolutely not. A photographer who doesn’t want to familiarize himself with the subject first is a sign that they lack experience. But more importantly, without that walkthrough, the quality of your photos will suffer. Here are just a few ways a walkthrough can turn a photo shoot from good to great.

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The Bird’s Eye View: Helicopter Aerials for Architectural Photography

The Bird’s Eye View: Helicopter Aerials for Architectural Photography

When it comes to getting shots of a home or commercial building, you can do a lot from the ground to showcase general or specific details. But for showing the scale of your architecture, your landscape, and your relation to the places around you, you need to go higher. Today we go over using helicopter aerials to get those perfect shots, and why to choose them over alternatives.

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Where to Showcase Your New Building Photography Online

Where to Showcase Your New Building Photography Online

So, your architectural photographer just handed off your photos. What now? While you probably had a project in mind for your photo shoot, you could be doing a lot more with your digital photography to increase your online presence and find more clients and investors for your business. Let’s look at the top four places to showcase those new building photos.

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7 Tips to Pick the Right Photographer for Your Job

7 Tips to Pick the Right Photographer for Your Job

To increase your presence, from online websites and social media to brochures and product guides, you need professional photography. And that means finding a professional photographer. Here are the tips I recommend when looking for a photographer that will help you separate the enthusiastic amateurs from the professionals.

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