Beyond the Portrait with Architecture Photography
I have become known as the Photographer who creates Uniquely Different Portraits for Uniquely Different People but did you know as a Dallas Portrait Photographer who specializes in Composite Photography, I have to know a lot about all different types of photography.
That’s why when I’m asked to do Architecture Photography for a Dallas Builder, I jumped at the opportunity.
One of the coolest things about my Style of Photography is I get the chance to photograph not only some really fun people and their crazy pets, but I also get to photograph the exterior and interiors of their Amazing Homes.
If you’re a designer, builder, architect, contractor, or realtor and you want great images of your specific architecture, give Photillustrator a shot.
A Kitchen Remodel
One of the nicest rooms in any home is the Kitchen, which is why it’s also one of the most fun rooms to photograph.
The Kitchen is where families come together to spend time, to cook, and share experiences.
As you can see in these images, a well-designed Kitchen is a great selling point for anyone looking to put their home on the market, and it’s also the one series of images you want to look spectacular.
Are Accessory Images Important?
A piece of architecture alone may look great, but it’s the small details that give the inorganic meaning.
Coming in close on a structure or item draws the viewer into the space, giving it meaning and helping your viewer connect. All photography is designed to connect the viewer with the subject being photographed, and this is especially important when it comes to portraying a home.
That’s a Wrap
Every image requires a great deal of attention, and it’s up to the Photographer specializing in Architecture to pay close attention to the details.
A great looking space can produce horrible images if the Photographer doesn’t pay close attention to the details that matter.