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Construction Photography capturing glass install at Museum London

Some Recent Construction Photography of In-Progress Architecture in London

In a past entry here, I talked about construction photography as a way to extract more value out of architecture projects. What if the in-progress architecture projects could be shot with high-quality photography and treated just as important as the final build architectural images? Well, I’ve been fortunate enough to a try and put those past thoughts into practice helping capture some of Nicholson Sheffield Architects’ projects.  Yup, this means I’ve got some workboots now to properly explore in-progress sites. …

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Vantage point that shows ivey business school and the new engineering building under construction

Extracting the most value out of architectural projects

There is no denying that visual content is more important than ever before. The photos taken of complete projects are so versatile due to the digital nature of our society. As important as architectural photography is for completed projects, I’d like clients to consider really extracting the most value out of their architectural projects.  This might sound like my other post about ideas for using your architectural photos in a greater capacity, but this is post is going to refer …

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