Coffee Lounge Area

This photo is one of my interior architectural images. I would appreciate any helpful critiques to improve my work. Camera: Nikon D800 • Lens: Nikkor 14-24mm wide angle zoom (set at 15mm focal length) • Shutter: 1/20th sec (tripod and cable release) • ASA 100 • Aperture f/2.8. No flash — used available light only. Very sparing HDR used to bring...

ISO - Luxury Photographer near Tampa Florida

My team is looking for a very Interior and Twilight photographer in the Tampa / St. Pete area of Florida. We need a professional to take pictures of a waterfront property on Clearwater Bay. The home is 6,000 Square feet with 5 bedrooms and 4 bathroom. We also need an ariel shot!

If you are fully equipped...tilt shift lenses, flashes,...

narrow street -acute angle how to overcome it ?

Hello everyone :)
I recently came a cross a problem which many of you probably had to deal while shooting architecture .
I had to photograph a building for real estate company .
the problem i came a cross while shooting is that the street was very narrow and my angle for the building was to acute . there wasn't any space i...

Bed and Breakfast Shots

Images are a bed and breakfast. This is my very first attempt at capturing and editing. The owner wanted warmth, cozy and inviting. The interior walls are yellow in the living areas and a neutral tone in the bedrooms. Suggestions and comments are welcome.

Chapel of Saint Mary Magdalene, Boveney, UK

Taken with my Canon 7D Mk2 and a Sigma 10-20mm f/3.5 lens whilst on a walk along the Thames Path a few years ago.

This medieval church was recently restored, but still stands alone on the banks of the River Thames, just upstream of Eton & Windsor.

Comments and suggestions always welcome!

Dealing with color casts

When shooting interiors you will sometimes find walls and ceilings with dramatically different colors. It can be a real challenge to keep those colors from "mixing" with each other and throwing a color cast over the entire image.

How do you prevent that? You use your experience and a few tools from your photographers toolbox.


LDS Temple at full moonset

Not sure if this is the correct group to post this in, but here it is! I took this one a few mornings ago when the moon was full and setting above the temple. I used exposure bracketing to get most of the image correctly exposed. I also had to paste the moon in from a totally separate picture since the exposure time on the temple was 10 seconds...

Exterior Image

I had the pleasure of photographing a beautiful home in Colorado yesterday. The landscaping was in full bloom and the home was very pleasing to the eye. Here is one of the exterior images.

Harvard Business School

Got MBA yet? =)
Security came by while I was taking pictures with tripod. They said I'd need permission from Harvard as they have all the buildings' views/designs licensed or something weird like that. Is that true?

USAF Academy

I was recently in Colorado Springs and stopped by the Air Force Academy. If you are at all familiar with the Academy you probably know the Cadet Chapel. I don't shoot architecture as often as other genres but I thought this photo came out very well. Any critique would be greatly appreciated.

Hotel room shoot inside to out for critique

Hi all,

After seeing the posts from Korey Napier and Eric Kruk, I decided to have a go at some blending. I was wanting to get a natural blend between the internal light of the room and the external light of the garden without the outside being hazy. So I've been working with Lumenzia to blend them together. As I increase my skill level...

Materials Innovation Factory

Materials Innovation Factory, University of Liverpool.

Hi all, just starting off on fstoppers. I'm an amateur photographer, would appreciate any comments. Thanks!


how to create sharper signage on a building

So I recently did shoot for an architect company as a trial run. A great learning experience. One of their complaints was that the signage wasn't sharp. I agree. The entire image although is very sharp including the brick wall.
My question is: is there a way to shoot this to create sharper signage?
I'd like to re-shoot, but not...

Architectural interior shoot

Hi I am new at this and trying interior photography and looking for improvement. I am struggling between using bracketed expose vs using flash, gave it a go... And quickly got discouraged especially in the kitchen with the time it takes to get your flash position correctly. My initial approach was to use shoot through umbrella, then realized it...

New to achitectural photography, I need help!

Hi everyone,

I'm new to architectural photography and I really want to start building up my portfolio (I currently only have one job that I shot a few years ago). The first of many questions I have for you is, how should I approach potential clients about shooting to build my port, while making some money as well?

I thought of two...

How to shoot real estate quickly using multiple bounce flash

I was able to shoot a 12 room house in about an hour or so with on-camera flash; however, I prefer using bounce flash with three to four off-camera flash units for better image quality and reduced post-processing time. The problem is it now takes me three or more hours to shoot the same size house using the multiple bounce-flash technique. Any...

Recent Shoot

A client asks to shoot this property without any flash or additional light, trying to capture the natural atmosphere of the place.
Your comments are welcome.

In need of Photographers - Where do you find them??

My name is Ken Banks and I own a company called Virtual203. We're based in Fairfield CT and specialize in shooting real estate. Finding really good photographers has been impossible, currently I only have two and we really need to double or triple that. We've tried using Indeed but its sort of not the type of place photographers are searching...