Seasonal Photography

When Do I Need to Schedule Fall Architectural Photography?

When Do I Need to Schedule Fall Architectural Photography?

With plants still in full bloom to that beautiful New England month of changing colors, fall can be a magical time for architectural photography. However, fall is also one of the most difficult times to shoot as lighting conditions worse, windows on autumn foliage close, and the already unpredictable weather gets worse. Consider this a piece on the caution of waiting until the last minute to schedule your fall photography.

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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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When to Shoot Professional Photography in Spring

When to Shoot Professional Photography in Spring

Are you and your business looking forward to spring? Depending on your field, you may be gearing up or winding down for your busiest season: either way, now is the time to get that professional architectural photography in. However, the question is what part of spring will best capture your property? In this blog, we look over the various factors to consider and what to keep in mind when it comes to photography in the springtime.

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The Best Time of Day to Shoot Architectural Photography

The Best Time of Day to Shoot Architectural Photography

We’ve written about it before, but every time I’m looking at my calendar or explaining to a client why we have to shoot this side of the building at this time, I again think about my blog, What’s the Best Time of Day to Photograph a Building? This blog is a follow up to that one, a part two. Again, we’re going over the question of when you should have your building shot and why it matters. Many of the same points are covered, but with some additional ideas and example photos thrown in.

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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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