architectural photography

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7 Architecture Photos I can’t believe I’ve Never Shared On the Blog

Something has been on my mind. It’s a potential issue with sharing my architecture photos on social media, lately. In an attempt to see if the issue can be curbed, the first step, for me, is to drop 7 architecture photos I can’t believe I’ve never shared here already. **The information in this post is not verified and is my guess at what’s happening with my images. I really have no clue about search engine optimization. How I’ve shared my …

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People in Architectural photography and Why I do it

Why I Try to Include People In Architectural Photography

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that including people in architectural photography is highly worthwhile. Think of architectural renderings and including people to interact with the proposed design. Including people in the rendering helps tell the story of the design and draws the viewer to have an experience. The same goes for photographs. Including people in every architectural photo can be difficult. You’ve got to have patience if you don’t have your own model. The right amount of patience is …

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How to Improve your Architecture Photography on Gloomy Days

How to improve your architecture photography on gloomy days

Gloomy days suck, but I want to share how to improve your architecture photography by using such days. It’s been gloomy, overcast, or raining for a while now in London, Ontario and I simply can’t stop grinding or continue to let these days get me down. Moreover, I want to use my journal to share a glimpse into my world as an architectural photographer and give insight to people pursuing this genre of photography too. First, let me share why …

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Architectural Photo of Forest City Community Church in London Ontario Canada

21 Architectural Photos of Forest City Community Church

  21 Architectural Photos of Forest City Community Church Living about a 5-minute drive away from Forest City Community Church on Bostwick Rd, I took advantage of a great morning to finally shoot some architectural photos–not using my iPhone. Part of the plan was to get in some practice flying my Mavic Pro drone. I did get to practice and there is one photo at the very end. That morning, the sunrise was great, but I did run into an issue. The sprinklers had been on and there were crazy watermarks all over the asphalt. This water caused all kinds of distractions in many images and I had to try …

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The Cube - Talbot Street / Zedd Architecture

Architecture of Arcane, The Cube

Another Architectural Photography Series: Creative and Modern Architecture in London, Ontario Architecture of Arcane, The Cube, Downtown London Good Morning Light – Architecture of Arcane, The Cube in London, OntarioThe building for Arcane, known as The Cube, sits at 304 Talbot Street. This building currently sits on a dead end and directly across the street from London’s bus station. It’s in a very interesting spot in our downtown, but the location presents a number of challenges for capturing it’s modern …

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