How to Photograph Buildings and Interiors

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Princeton Architectural Press, 1998 - Architectural photography - 200 pages
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Architectural photographer Gerry Kopelow created this guide on how to take high-quality photographs for architects, interior designers, engineers, heritage preservers, and professional photographers. The book starts with the basics, discussing topics such as photographing architectural models and drawings, technical considerations involving cameras, films, and lighting, and preparing materials for publication. This expanded edition contains nine new chapters that focus on more advanced topics, including medium- and large-format cameras, digital image manipulation, working on location, and the architectural photographer's darkroom. It also includes hundreds of color and black-and-white photographic examples. This practical how-to book is the definitive title on the subject.

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About the author (1998)

Gerry Kopelow has taught photography at Harvard Design School and resides in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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