ArchivesAuthor: Nic Granleese


Hi everyone, Hope you all had a marvellous break and you’re full of energy for 2014. Today I just wanted to ask everyone what sort of topics they want covered on the blog in 2014. So if you have a question about architectural photography, getting published or social media please leave a comment below, or […]Continue Reading


Hope your all enjoying a good break over Christmas and finding a little bit of time to yourself. For those of you not already hooked on Podcasts I thought this would be a good time to throw you a couple suggestions your way, and also give a plug to one I was recently on. How […]Continue Reading


Hey everyone, I’ve got an idea for 2014 that you might want to be a part of. What I want to do is photograph / capture a building only using social media tools like Instagram, Vine etc. What I’m looking for is One Architect who’s brave enough to volunteer one of their projects. Around 10 […]Continue Reading


Last week I had the pleasure of meeting up with Linda Bennett who blogs over at and is one of the first people to launch a project on Kickstarter Australia. She also happens to be an architect and lives here in Melbourne, so I thought it would be a great opportunity to pick her […]Continue Reading


I just couldn’t bring myself to write “10 christmas gifts for an architectural photographer” (which appears to be mandatory for every blogger this time of year) and instead wanted to flesh out an idea that’s been milling around in my head for the last couple weeks which i’m going to call an end of year […]Continue Reading


Let’s say you’ve got three completed projects and you don’t have time (or can’t afford) to photograph all of them. Which one do you choose? This is a question a friend of mine asked a couple weeks ago and here’s my thoughts. (As a side note, the reason this conversation came up is because submissions […]Continue Reading


Horizontal lines converge just like vertical lines, but often this is just part of the natural perspective of the building getting smaller in the distance. There are however a couple circumstances where getting horizontal lines parallel is pretty important / frustrating. Here’s an example of one of those scenarios. Below is a photo of Double Monk shoe […]Continue Reading


Is this little camera what architectural photographers have been wanting in a DSLR? Today I got my hands on the yet to be released Sony A7r (due in Dec 2013). Below are my first impressions. [Before i get too far into this post I want to let you know that Sony is currently demonstrating this […]Continue Reading


I’m pretty excited this week because Stuart Harrison’s lastest book, New Sub-Urban is out, and to my surprise one of my favourite, but least seen images is on the front cover. It’s what I call the “sexy legs” shot and is part of a much larger panorama of the well known Hill House by Andrew Maynard. In […]Continue Reading


Last week I got an exciting piece of kit. It’s a video slider and for the last couple days i’ve been putting it through it’s paces to see what sort of architectural videos might be possible. Here’e the first footage titled A Moment With Melbourne. A Moment With Melbourne from Nic Granleese on Vimeo. Here’s a […]Continue Reading