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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