Photography

Looking up at One Richmond Row as if emerging from the tree tops along with the crane at sunset

Construction Photos of One Richmond Row – Autumn 2019

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 building at around 18 or 19 floors right now, I think the anticipation is really growing for the Old Oak tower in Downtown London! I also felt this to be a great time to start taking some construction photos and document a big change happening in the core. Okay, Okay, I should …

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London Public Library - Central Library - Behind the Scenes scouting images not normally shared

An Example of Scouting Architectural Photography Using The London Public Library, Central Library

Today, I’ll discuss the challenge of going out and photographing the exterior of the London Public Library, Central Library Branch. In architectural photography, every location has some sort of challenge to overcome. This challenge is why architecture photographers love the ability to check out the building or space before the day of the official shoot. To check out the location prior to the shoot is scouting. Maybe you remember me bringing up scouting in a previous post on how to improve your …

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Snapshot blown out and potentially useless?

Talbot Streetscape Photo Brought Back From the Dead

Hey! You’ve got to check out this streetscape photo I shot on Monday mid-afternoon. Normally, this is no big deal. Normally, this original photo would not get any attention from me and sit dead in my archives.  Rightfully so, this photo came at complete random. See here is what happened: My newish Sony A7riii was suddenly delaying the shutter release. It was like there was a 2-second timer before the camera would fire. Not a huge deal, but I didn’t …

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Central Branch London Public Library Revitalization Images

Working closely with Nicholson Sheffield Architects Inc., there came a need for photography of their London Public Library Revitalization. I wanted to create clear imagery that was as close to reality as possible and had flexibility for them to use throughout any business need. The shoot took longer than anticipated due to the need to do as much stylizing as possible before taking the photo. In the first floor image, there was simply too much going on to move everything to …

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