Architectural Photography requires looking at light, lines, space, color, texture – how the inside works with the outside environment. These are all fundamental elements for photographing the best face of a building, which can be a home, a commercial building, or a development.
The process of architectural photography begins with a conversation with the architect and possibly the builder. Research. Asking those who designed and built the structure what they think the important features are and what they would like to see in the photographs.
Many times, if possible, we scout the building, determine the best time – for optimum light – to photograph the building. We discuss exterior and interior options. We talk details. All information gathering is to support and create the most beautiful photograph of what was built.