Architectural Photography is far from straightforward and requires a number of special techniques as well as the right equipment to get the best results. However, at heart, it can be reduced to just two essentials – viewpoint and lighting.
With daytime exteriors the lighting is obviously dependent on weather but there will also be an optimum time to shoot any particular view.
This is often early or late in the day when the sunlight is softer and warmer in character as well as thrown more dramatically across the surfaces in the picture. Night time images can also be very effective and sometimes have the added advantage of hiding distracting urban details.
Photography of interiors usually features at least some level of natural lighting. Although it is sometimes necessary to enhance this with a degree of additional photographic illumination, my preference is to keep atmosphere in the photograph by making full use of the existing ambient light.
I have done a good deal of architectural photography in Lincolnshire but I am happy to travel to other areas as required.
Click or tap either side of the image to navigate through this gallery of my photographs of buildings and places
If you are looking for a PR, Product or Architectural photographer in Lincoln, Lincolnshire or beyond and have any questions at all do get in touch
Chris Marsh l 62 Lincoln Road l North Hykeham l Lincoln LN6 8HB l 01522881267 l 07702819136 l firstname.lastname@example.org