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What it Takes to be a Good Interior Photographer

What it Takes to be a Good Interior Photographer

Interior photography is the most challenging of all the professional genres of commercial photography. Every detail is critical. Every prop must be correct and in just the right location. Busy-ness must be avoided. Things must be cleaned up and simplified. Lighting can be challenging. And in addition to all that, one must understand how best […]

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Sun and Lighting for Architectural Photography

Sun and Lighting for Architectural Photography

In photography, as well as in any other visual art form, light plays a key role. And it should be considered a critical compositional element. Lighting for architectural photography, as well as for interior photography, can be very demanding. The light defines the space or structure of the building. Lighting for interiors is much more […]

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Basics of Aerial Photography from an Airplane or Helicopter

Basics of Aerial Photography from an Airplane or Helicopter

Aerial photography presents unique challenges. It requires much more than just shooting from a high elevation, and it can be very mundane if not done in an artistic and creative way. Professional commercial photography is intended to sell a client’s product, whatever it may be. In the case of aerial photography, it may be that […]

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Architectural Interior Photography Equipment and Techniques

Architectural Interior Photography Equipment and Techniques

With any art form, the quality of light is an essential component in the work. This is true when it comes to photography, as well–especially when it comes to architectural and interior photography. Whether it be lighting for hotel photography, residential interiors, or larger architectural corporate interiors, light defines the textures, planes, and atmosphere of […]

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Essential Equipment for Architectural Photography

Essential Equipment for Architectural Photography

As with any line of work, the right tools are essential in one’s ability to successfully accomplish a task and deliver a final product that measures up to professional standards. Photographing architecture and interiors requires specialized equipment, especially when it comes to lenses. In photographing architecture or interiors, whether it be for the architect, the […]

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Architectural Photography: Shooting at Twilight to Add Drama

Architectural Photography: Shooting at Twilight to Add Drama

An architectural photographer can create dramatic images of buildings that perhaps at first glance, do not seem to be all that photographic. Understanding architectural design and then selecting the angles that best portray the building, combined with critical lighting—which is determined by time of day—are all essential components in fine architectural photography. Many buildings can […]

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