Lighting

Troubleshooting Shots in Architectural Photography

Troubleshooting Shots in Architectural Photography

Do you have concerns that your building or site has problems that make it difficult or impossible to get those great photos for you if you hire a professional architectural photographer? Between lighting, angles, and unappealing features of your business or home, it might seem impossible: but trust us, it's not. Here are five things to troubleshoot for the best architectural photography.

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Why Lighting is So Important in Professional Interior Photography

Why Lighting is So Important in Professional Interior Photography

George Eastman, a man who founded the Eastman Kodak Company (yes, that Kodak) in 1892 and spent his life bringing photography into the mainstream, had this to say about light: “Embrace light. Admire it. Love it. But above all, know light. Know it for all you are worth, and you will know the key to photography.” And it’s true – the right lighting can turn a good photo into a great one, and bad lighting (or a lack of lighting) can ruin a shot even beyond the powers of photoshop.

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Architectural Photography Showcase: The Trials of Fall Weather

Architectural Photography Showcase: The Trials of Fall Weather

After a wonderfully beautiful sunny summer, mother nature seems to have taken a turn for the contrary. It seemed over the month of September and now into October, we had one sunny day out of every six or seven. I have had to become a weather wizard, continually watching the weather on cloud-based websites (such as the Weather Blog) for a hole in the clouds. Let’s look at trials and tribulations of photographing architecture during this fall and all this cloudy weather.

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What’s the Best Time of Day to Photograph a Building?

What’s the Best Time of Day to Photograph a Building?

When arranging a shoot with clients, many seem surprised when we schedule or reschedule around what building facades we’re shooting, what the weather will be like, and even if there’s a pool that needs to be shot. The best time of day for architectural photography really does matter on which way your building points, as well as some situations that can be beyond your control.

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