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When to Best Schedule Photography for Your Built Architectural Projects?

Wouldn’t it be desired to ensure great photos of your architectural work or for the project you were involved in? A successful project, in my eyes, includes professional architecture photography. In this post, I’m trying to make the case for you to know the best time to schedule photography for your architectural projects in advance, if possible. Best time to schedule photography Remember, these project photos are going to be useful for many areas of business for years to come. So, …

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Location Conditions Tip using Story at Victoria Hospital Heating Plant

Dealing with Location Conditions as an Architecture Photographer!

In this article, I’ll talk about a tip for  Dealing with locations conditions as an architecture photographer to get your photos.  I’m fresh off an architectural shoot where I was photographing the Victoria Hospital Heating Plant at sunrise. The key word to that sentence is, sunrise. It could very well be sunset though too.  We were under heat alert warnings and dealing with temperatures that feel like 42-45 degrees Celcius.  Going out at sunrise was the coolest temperature I saw …

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Find greater value in architectural photography

Ideas for Architects to find greater value in Architectural Photography

Architectural photography is an investment and I want architects to get the greatest value out of it for their business. A photo today has a worth far greater than 1000 words. The visuals you put out for your architecture projects are more important than ever. Architecture photos delivered to architects should be used in multiple ways to their benefit. Clients of mine are finding greater value as their photos can be used for their portfolio, social media, and submitting to win awards.  …

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Architectural interior Photo of Stoney Creek YMCA in London Ontario by photographer, Scott Webb

Is Architectural Photography Changing?

Architectural photography seems to be changing just a bit… The above quote related to architectural photography is from architect, Bob Borson of Life of an Architect back in 2015. He goes on to say: The images seem to be trending towards more natural looking and realistic photos – which includes reflections and environmental imperfections. I’m not sure exactly why this is happening but I’m a fan of seeing images that more closely portray real-life conditions. I think seeing the occasional photo with …

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Architectural Photography and alive with usage

What is Architectural Photography in the Business Sense

I thought I would start off my articles with some thoughts on “What is Architectural Photography in a Business Sense.” This is a little different from most articles I’ve seen where a photographer tells you how to shoot and what to use.  In a generalized sense, Architectural Photography involves the photographing of structures, buildings, and interiors in a way that is both precise and aesthetically pleasing. This means that it is more involved than just pointing a camera at a …

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