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Mike Butler’s 10 tips for great Architectural Photography

It’s not always easy to take great architectural photos. The buildings are often huge and imposing, and the light can be tricky to work with. But with a bit of practice and some knowledge of the basics, you can start taking stunning architectural photos that will impress your friends and

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Capturing Buildings with new Eyes

Architectural photography assignments are a bit like presents, each holds unknown surprises until opened. They come with challenges and perks, and with some skill and good luck, can result in amazing images, diamonds on the top of the proverbial assignment cake.  It is these “diamonds” that I as an image

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Why Architectural Photography is so important

Why Architectural Photography is so important to your business

Good architectural photography can make a big impression and help you stand out from the competition, whether you’re an architectural firm, a hospitality business, a real estate agent or anyone that wants to show off your building. But what makes good architectural photography? And how can you make sure your

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Exterior Architectural Photography of Epoch Condo Sarasota

Modern Architectural Photography and why it matters

As a photographer or architectural firm, it’s important to stay up to date with the latest trends in order to create an effective architectural photography portfolio. In this article, I’ll discuss some of the latest trends in modern architectural photography and why this type of photography matters. Modern architectural photography

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What is Architectural Photography?

Architectural photography (also sometimes called building photography) is the process of taking pictures of buildings and other structures such as bridges or statues. This can include both the interior and exterior of the building. The job may require getting inside the structure in order to get close-up shots or to

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Success, What is it good for anyway?

What is success?  In 1994, before cell phones and before the adopted use of the internet, I graduated from art school, then like a hobo without a destination headed out into the world. I was full of energy and willpower.  In my mind, I would be successful, even if I had

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The 5 Metrics of an Amazing Architectural Composition

How often do photographers get clients who call up and ask to just do a few shots? Quick and cheap. Often times photographers will feel the pressure to work and justify unreasonably fast shot times to get the assignment; set up the camera and a few lights if any and

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