Photographing Architecture: Lighting, Composition, Postproduction and Marketing Techniques explains how to build better light indoors while finding the optimal positions for capturing images. This book will teach you everything you need to design professional interior and exterior images, from attracting clients, to planning and executing each shoot, to refining your images in postproduction. It begins with advice on understanding angles, controlling perspective, and becoming familiar with the tools necessary for capturing interiors, and then progresses onto explanations of various types of light, methods for manipulating them, and circumstances under which different lights should be utilized.
John Siskin guides you in architectural photography in choosing the right gear, exploring the challenges, and attracting clients. The examples, followed from start to finish, and illustrations of challenges solved, make this an essential book for professional commercial photographers but with appeal for anyone who enjoys architectural photography.
Choosing the right camera and lighting gear
The challenges of architectural photography
Using the existing light or augmenting it
Attracting clients to your business
A portfolio of images created on assignment and discussed in detail