My architectural photography portfolio is probably my most varied. Whilst the majority of my clients invariably fall into the same categories – real-estate agents, marketing managers, architects and interior designers – the scope of projects I have had the privilege to photograph is truly vast. In my time as an architectural photographer I have snapped hotels, holiday resorts, shopping centres, high streets, train stations, churches, care homes and private properties. What’s more, I’ve also been lucky enough to travel to Spain, France, Switzerland and Germany as well as shooting right here in the UK.
Despite this variety however, the objective is always the same: make the subject, be it a development or an individual building, look as appealing as possible from both the inside and outside. Throughout my years as an architectural photographer I’ve developed a great set of techniques to make this possible, together with a carefully crafted strategy that ensures I produce razor sharp, vibrantly contrasted images from start to finish. Firstly, before the camera comes out I’ll take a walk around the site and take a mental note of the most interesting points of view.
Then I’ll decide on the angles from which I am going to shoot in order to achieve the most flattering final product possible. In architectural and interior photography, angles can make or break a photograph – as a professional photographer you have to ensure you are making the area look as spacious as possible whilst making the most of the natural light you have at your disposal.
Of course, none of this could be achieved without the wide array of lenses and cameras I have in my collection, and I am always updating these to make sure they are in line with the finest industry standards. Whatever your project, I will approach it with an open mind and endeavour to produce the most creative, unique photographs possible, looking at your interior or exterior space from angles that you had perhaps never even considered before. As I’ve mentioned, I am more than happy to travel and love to recount my adventures as an architectural photographer, opening my eyes to new environments and cultures.
If you would like to hear more about what my architectural photography can do for you, please get in touch via my contact page today.