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What is an Architectural Photographer?
Architectural photography is all about photographing buildings, interiors and public spaces in an aesthetically pleasing and beautiful way. It is a highly skilled area of photography, utilising specialised camera equipment, software and lighting.
As an architectural photographer, attention is paid particularly to perspective. Again, specialised cameras, lenses and post-production are employed. This ensures an accurate representation of reality is achieved.
Timing is everything in the area of architectural photography capturing exterior views. Often multiple site visits are required, with structures and spaces observed in various ambient lighting conditions. This is to best convey the use of the building or space, the aesthetic harmony and how it fits with the surrounding environment.
Likewise, interior photography is also often shot around particular ambient lighting conditions. With light observed through natural sources of light such as windows, light tubes / sun tubes. Often studio lighting is employed, to help create an aesthetically pleasing image.