Architecture: Interior Highrise Condo Unit

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In addition to being a Professional Photographer, I am also an Architect.  Thus, I have an extra passion for capturing Architectural Photography images.

Here are a few images of a Highrise Condominium unit that I was commissioned to photograph by an Interior Designer, Stephanie Kratz Interiors.  She was contracted to remodel the entire interior of this condo unit.

Architectural Interiors

 Unlike Portraiture Photography, Architectural Photography takes far more skills and knowledge to successfully achieve the correct exposure and composition.  In addition, it also helps to have the right equipment and know how to properly use that equipment.

Architectural Interiors

One of my goals when capturing Architectural Interior images is to define the right mood of each room or space and convey it’s size.  This requires the right mixture of ambient lighting vs. artificial lighting such as flashes, plus proper placements of the lights.  An inexperienced photographer will not have this type of knowledge and possibly not have the right equipment either.

Architectural Interiors

Our Clients can rest assure that the images we capture for them are of the highest quality and standards possible.

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