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The Factory London Scouting Photos Feature IMG

The Factory London Ontario: The Indoor Adventure Park that was Kelloggs

I know a number of people that are wildly excited about everything The Factory London Ontario is bringing about to 100 Kellogg lane. I am one of them. I’m especially excited to shoot and share architectural photos of both the interior and exterior for Matter Architectural Studio Inc. First, I’d like to share 5 photos of the outside of The Factory from my initial scout. I won’t get into all the benefits of scouting in this post, but I’ll post up …

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LIFT with problematic and distracting cables in the architectural photo

Impact of Removing Cables from Architectural Photography

One big challenge found in architectural photography comes in the form of cables or hydro lines distracting from the project. Removing cables from architectural photography can have a great impact while still maintaining the integrity of the architecture. In this short post, I want to show you a recent photo of LIFT, a project here in London by Nicholson Sheffield Architects, which helps to illustrate the challenge of cables in your photo.    The first plan of attack would be …

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Crop of UWO power plant scouting photo by scott webb

Scouting the UWO Power Plant

With London, Ontario a victim of some kind of overcast voodoo, I went out to UWO campus to scout a few buildings on my list to shoot for clients. With so many unique challenges to overcome on each architectural shoot, scouting on less than ideal days has really helped me in my work. Spoiler: In architectural photography, you don’t always get perfect conditions in weather or atmosphere on your one and only visit. This challenge is especially why it’s a …

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Inaugural architectural photography before and after series using No. 11 Fire Station

Architectural Photography Before and After Series

Every site for an architectural photography shoot is different and I’m forced to overcome unique challenges to get a specific final image. These challenges are specifically why I believe a professional architectural photographer should be brought in to capture the project for people to experience. It’s my hope that my narrative along with the before and after photo will help you feel more confident in my ability, teach you what challenges we overcome, and pull back the curtain to the process of …

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Be quick to start and be quick to do. take action

The Quicker You Start, The Quicker You Do.

You can watch a bunch of tutorials. You can read manuals. Nothing is better than doing. And doing can only come from starting. Take photography, for example. Many people ask what courses they should take locally or online to become a better photographer. The best advice is always to go out and take photos as often as you can. Then, try to edit playing with your digital negatives in some kind of photo editing software. There are countless programs and apps …

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