Professional Architectural Photography
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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Architecture and architects
Specialist cameras and lenses
Ancillary equipment film and digital imaging
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abstract achieved ANALYSIS OF BROCHURE ANCILLARY EQUIPMENT aperture appear approximately architect axis axonometric projection balanced film blue sky BROCHURE DESIGN CAMERAS AND LENSES centre Chapter client colour balance colour correction colour temperature composition contrast convergence creative CREATIVE TECHNIQUES cross shift depth of field DESIGN AND PHOTOGRAPHY detail shots digital camera backs DIGITAL IMAGING distortion dramatic dusk effect enable example exposure exterior fill-in film plane film speed fisheye lens focal length focus focusing screen front elevation graduated filter horizontal lines infrared instant-print film interior photography light source line dynamics Linhof medium format meter NATURAL AND PHOTOGRAPHIC overcast perfect perspective PHOTOGRAPHY Figure position produce PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY Regent Gate result Scheimpflug principle shadow shoot shutter speed SPECIALIST CAMERAS standard stop structure symmetrical tall buildings TECHNIQUES tilted tographs transparency film tripod tungsten UNDERSTANDING LIGHT vantage point vertical view camera visual wide-angle lens