ArchivesCategory: Blog post

06Mar

I came across this great article last week over on Luminous-Landscape.com by Richard Sexton who walks through the many different cameras he’s used for architectural photography in his thirty year career and why his current workhorse camera is a Canon 5Dii (i’m assuming here that the article was written before the release of the mark iii). Richard […]Continue Reading

04Mar

It’s a complete honour today to have a guest post from American architectural photographer Brad Feinknopf. Brad has been shooting for more than 25 years and in this post he talks about the three Ms of making good architectural imagery: Meaning, Moment, and Method. You can see some of Brad’s recent work in the January […]Continue Reading

26Feb

A while back I launched a new micro site for my architectural photography workshops and ran a bit of a competition asking people to help share the site and leave a comment. Well the workshops are just around the corner so I figured I better announce some winners! Here they are, plus their comments (a […]Continue Reading

18Feb

I’m sitting here at Melbourne airport waiting to fly up to Cairns (It’s a surprise for my mothers’s 70th Birthday!) and I’m doing a bit of web surfing while I’m waiting and came across a great documentary on Youtube on architectural photography that I think you may like. It’s called Visual Acoustics and celebrates the life of […]Continue Reading

06Feb

In this post I want to compare some of the common places architectural photography is used against their pixel size. This is useful for knowing what export sizes to use, but it also illustrates some of the trends occurring because of the internet, and also how many megapixels your camera needs to achieve them. Pixel size: 960px wide […]Continue Reading

29Jan

Yesterday I wrote a post titled “Should You Work For Free?” It sparked a wide range of emotional comments from anger to confusion. Today I wanted to follow up with a story to place it in context and to explain how one free project changed my life. In early 2012 I accepted a project by […]Continue Reading

28Jan

Should you work for free is a question that every creative person out there needs to ask themselves, whether you’re an architect, photographer, or what ever else. The standard response out there is generally that you should always charge for your work and that working for free devalues your own services and the industry as […]Continue Reading

22Jan

Quick and fast post this morning letting you all know that 2013 dates for architectural photography workshops have now been announced! That sounds way too dramatic. Well i’m telling you all now, so i guess that’s an announcement. So what’s happening? Well there is a brand new micro site (with some super big full screen images too) […]Continue Reading

08Jan

Hi everyone, Well it looks like the world didn’t end last year, and alas it’s time to think fresh and try new ideas. With that spirit in mind I jumped into my first vidcast to say hello to you all and share some of my goals for 2013.Continue Reading

10Dec

Wow, that title is quite a mouth full, but these are just a couple of the topics covered in a recent interview I had with Michael Smith for his blog, The Red and Black Architect. I’m not going to copy and paste the full interview here, but instead suggest you jump over to his blog and […]Continue Reading