Transparently sharing transformations onsite & in editing
Before & After Series
A series, updated every other Monday, of posts giving you a look at some of the process behind creating my architectural photography work. There are unique challenges that come from every photography shoot and challenges within the photo editing to get to a final, professional architectural photo. I hope that this transparent series helps you to better understand how I approach and create my work, but also that it could help others interested in creating architecture photography. This is about what goes into part of the work of a professional architecture photographer. If there are any photos on my website that you’d like to see in this series, please don’t hesitate to connect.
We’re into Summer here in London, Ontario and the trees are out to remind us we’re in the Forest City. That said, I took liberty to capture
After creating a few abstract architecture art pieces around the upcoming One Richmond Row (515 Richmond Street), I couldn’t wait to see it in real life. With
The day is ending quickly and the A7RIII batteries are fully charged. There is a blue sky with some clouds too. This is an opportunity to make