You may of seen a post a while back from myself of my first try at architectural and interior photography. I've recently completed some more work and am looking for some feedback on it. There are two photos from a large country manor house which is currently being turned into a hotel/b&b and then there are some shots from a London office...
Hello everybody, what fisheye should I get for my Nikon D750? I am looking for a diagonal fisheye lens!!! I am struggling because I can only find lenses for DX bodies or circular ones... HELP!!!
The other day I decided to photograph a Building from a world-famous Japanese architect. I have no intentions to sell any of the work I have done I just but make it part of my portfolio. Has anyone been in this position before or questioned this before? I would like to know if it would be even legal to publish it as part of...
Hi to all, here is a picture of a kitchen critics and comments are welcome especially regarding composition
I was wandering around the city and ended up in a parking ramp and took this shot. I think it's an interesting perspective. I like using parking ramps, because usually it's not an issue to take a few pictures and it can give you a different vantage point that's not always publicly accessible from other buildings/structures.
starting my first steps into archtectural photography. We agreed on the price for the pictures but we have not spoken about the price for the rights that he can use the pictures commercially.
It is about a big commercial building he wants to sell, 2 of 40 pictures attached.
I would think 50€/$ per picture he buys is ok...
I have been working on my architectural and composition skills and would love some feedback on these images. Thank you.
Not sure how I feel about light trails in general, but I really like this one for whatever reason. Comments and critiques welcome :)
shot on Canon 80D, manfroto something? tripod
30 sec. exposure
Im struggling to find that line between detailed and rendering. Looking to make these look less like renderings and more artistic without losing their purpose for a builder. Any critique or feedback would be great. Lots of layers to mess with, lots of exposures.
I have a few shots I would like to send to the architects. What resources do you use to find out who the architects are for a given building? Using a Canon 6D, so geolocation available, but not always reliable. Thanks,
An afternoon shot of the newly constructed "One City Center" plaza, located in downtown Durham, NC.
Shot on the Canon 5d mkIV with TSE-24.
I'm new to architectural photography and have been photographed a lot of buiding and infrastructure, maybe houses and real estate in the future. If anything can be improved in this picture please let me know
So this shot for a simple hotel room in Dubai, nothing special in the room but what do you thing guys of the composition and retouching, and how far do you thing an interior photographer will survive without flashes? :)
These are 8 shots of architecture I've taken in the last 2 months, I thought I would share, and would love to see recent shots you guys are proud of and your styles of shooting buildings or interiors.
One of my favorite architectural photos I've ever taken was actually done with zero forethought as I walked around downtown Chicago during a trip. I had never been there before and I had my Canon Rebel XT (with all six megapixels) and the 18-55 kit lens. I was very, very new to photography and was blown away with the abundance of architectural...
Shots I have took in a hotel in dubai, I havent done some cleaning to the bathroom glass in the first image due to fast editing :)
Hello you all!!
I am very curious about how you would process the photo of this Hotel Presidential Suite. I am so looking forward to seeing your versions!!! I was trying to upload the RAW file but I cannot do that!