What is Architectural Photography? It captures beautiful buildings and structures; its considered a specialist type of Photography. Clients range from interior designers, property professionals, architects and construction companies. Therefore, purposes include portfolio use, marketing or advertising.
Exterior Architectural Photography
Uses as much natural light as possible, developing the best place and time to photograph properties can be a tricky job. Nightscapes may use artificial lighting; such as street lamps or exterior property lighting. For external shots, mid-day is generally the best time. Above all, the sunshine needs to be on the main side of the property or feature that requires photographing. Therefore, sunlight is key to your planning and something we ask our clients when booking photoshoots in.
Interior Architectural Photography
Again, this type of photography uses as much natural lighting as possible, usually flooding through windows. Lighting may be required to balance shots, along with additional editing after the photoshoot.
Lights on or lights off? Interior Photography can be styled to your own requirements, however we generally choose to have lights on most of the times. Interior Designers also prefer that there features are showcased, however we are happy to accommodate your individual requirements. Therefore, our Interior Photography can be customised to your house style.
Our style of Architectural Photography
We’ve been working within Architecture and Property Photography for 5+ years, photographing some stunning properties. Therefore, we’ve built up some tips and tricks which have since created our style of Photography. Combining natural lighting and minimal artificial lighting we can compose photos to showcase. Finally, we apply our post editing techniques.