Have you put off using an architectural photographer because you’re too busy? As a graduate from architecture school at Ryerson University, I understand your niche and desire to capture beautiful spaces. I help showcase your amazing impacts in the built environment around Southwestern Ontario without the need for multiple meetings or support as I work.
Visuals are more important than ever before. It makes sense to harness the power of high-quality imaging to communicate built architecture projects and leverage them to secure new projects, recurring clients, and talented employees as you grow.
Architectural Photography Matters.
What you’ll find on this page:
My architectural photography portfolio is broken down into separate galleries. These galleries currently include exterior, interior, detail, twilight, construction, and abstract architecture art.
As a London Ontario Architectural Photographer, it’s a blessing to be able to help showcase the buildings and spaces clients have successfully completed in the real world.
With the fact most people experience architecture through visual content, it’s a mission of mine to help visually spread the positive impact of the amazing London architecture amongst Londoners and the world.
Before & After Series
This is a peek behind the curtain of my process as each post also brings a bit of narrative to the shoot or personal study. I love to be as transparent as possible in everything I do and create. Below are the most recent 3 posts in the series. See the full feed here.
I wish this was a video on how to remove distractions from architecture photos instead of a few photos and some type. My planning of an article like this one is terrible and very much on the fly. I guess it’s better than no content and missing out on a quick behind the scenes edit of one of my architectural photos. Instead of this being a ‘how to,’ it’s more of a ‘what to’ or a ‘what I removed that was distracting me.’ My Approach…
For this week’s before and after post, I’m using ON1 Photo Raw to edit! Check it out.
Sometimes you shoot an innocent iPhone photo while scouting a location and it later becomes one you really enjoy. There’s a wee problem in that something’s off in the image since you didn’t perfectly plan it. In the case of the photo for this post in the Before and After series, I was interested in brightening up the interior. It’s a really simple before and after, but I don’t know how many people know about how I brightened it up. The caveat to brightening up…
Shooting personally allows me to experiment and try different things. It’s important to know that I wasn’t commissioned to photograph these buildings. With architecture everywhere, I can’t help but take photographs. This is just what I do in my ‘free time.’ This is a big reason why I am an architectural photographer and not something else.
Above is a preview of the architecture photos I captured of the Ryerson Student Learning Centre. It goes to a full gallery, a place I continue to add to if I shoot more photos of the building in the future.
See all of the personal photography projects I’ve shared so far.