Architecture photography (also referred to as building photography or structure photography) generally means photography that focuses on buildings.
It can include building exteriors and interiors, as well as bridges, other structures, and cityscapes
There are not many structures that would cost less then £100,000 to build and there are many that run into £millions
It makes sense therefore, that if you want to showcase your project to your potential new clients that you get great professional images.
Good Architecture Photography is not just about good photographic technique - knowing the best aperture and camera setting
The photographer needs to capture the same passion for his images as the architect did who designed the structure
Architects are very creative people and the professional photographer has to be the same
Looking for the best angles and the right light, often returning to the site to take photographs at a different time of day or night.
Good Architecture Photography is like creating a piece of art.
NEW YORK ARCHITECTURE
Most Architecture Photography includes some outdoor work so selecting the best weather is essential
An important question the photographer asks is, where will the sun be at the time of the shoot?
Do you want the sun behind, in front or to one side of the building to give the best results?
Does the building look best during the day or does it look amazing when internally or externally lit at night?
We ask these and many other questions before a shoot. Planning is the key!
I've used Martin Bird Photography for a few years now and have never been disappointed with the service provided or the outcome of the pictures. Martin takes photos of our completed projects and I always find him to be very helpful and thorough,
he always gives our projects the attention they deserve. I would definitely recommend him.
James Porter of KGM, part of LINDUM Construction
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