My first paid architectural shoot.
Since I recently started engaging with this nice group of people here on Fstoppers and asked for feedback and critique for my architectural work, I wanted to share my progress in this newly entered field of photography. And as people judged my work that I'd be ready to get professional clients, I almost immediately afterwards was hired to shoot for the State Theatre of Nuremberg. Here are the results of the first two shooting days. Two more ahead.
I'm grateful, for all critique I've received so far. My biggest takeaway was to not only shoot one-point perspectives but also isometric pictures to add more dynamic and creativity to it. So I came up with those shots (i.a.).
As for now, I only have the possiblity to shoot on a 10-24mm range, I still have distortion but I try to keep it as little as I possibly can. Anyway, in the near future after two more well-paid jobs, I might buy a Kipon adapter with a Laowa 12mm fullframe lens to counter the distortion. But on Fujifilm, there are not many options so far. Anyway, I think those pictures look still professional despite the mentioned distortion.
Cheers and thanks again for pushing me forward!