Welcome To My Interior Architecture Photography Blog
Here you will find loads of great posts to help with your interior and architecture photography.
If you’re just starting as an architectural photographer, this post will take you through the minimum essential gear you need for architecture photography.
Outside of your camera and your lens, a decent tripod is going to be your next big purchase for architecture photography.
I’m going to go through which type of tripod head is your best choice and also which to avoid to keep that camera nice and steady.
Here are three mistakes I’ve made as an architectural photographer, which hopefully this post can help you avoid.
Hopefully, my experiences over the last decade can help you to avoid making these 5 mistakes when starting out as an architecture photographer.
Whether you’re a commercial photographer or just enjoy photographing interiors for fun, this post will give you the five essential pieces of equipment you need for interior photography.
If you take photographs for a living or just as a hobby, this post will give you 5 must have pieces of equipment for architecture photography.
There’s nothing worse than discovering motion blur in shots. So how can you go about keeping your tripod steady during a shoot to avoid this happening?
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