Professional Architectural Photography

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Focal Press, 1998 - Architectural photography - 184 pages
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As a perfectionist art form, architectural photography is a methodical process demanding patience and clinical precision from its practitioners, combined with an experienced understanding of the potential and effects of natural light.

Packed with detailed information plus firsthand tips and advice - this is a complete introduction for any aspiring architectural photographer, or a practicing professional needing to brush up on skill and knowledge.



Michael Harris works in London as a freelance photographer specializing in architectural and interior photography. His work covers a wide spectrum from industrial and commercial, to residential photography, with clients ranging from architects and property agents to magazine publishers. He is author of Professional Interior Photography also published by Focal Press.

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Contents

Architecture and architects
16
Specialist cameras and lenses
29
Ancillary equipment film and digital imaging
48
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