Consider carrying the cost of architectural photography at the front of the bid. Contractors, for example, could do this in the General Conditions, right there next to the cost of port-o-potties, tools, water coolers and temporary building line items.
Having an experienced professional handle your architectural photography will ensure that the images capture the vision and tell the story of your landscape architecture projects.
I welcome the challenge of finding a photography focus — even when it isn’t immediately front and center — and meeting my client’s goals.
A 17th-century Connecticut mill that once provided lumber and processed grains and is now an upscale commercial restaurant — with its link between old and new — is a perfect subject for adding drama, contrast and artistry to architectural photography. In the DIY shot above, viewers are left with heavy shadows, no perspective control, and […]
Architectural photographers map out their plan to get to higher ground, and this elevation – though subtle – is an investment with amazing returns.