4 Easy Low-tech Ways to Improve Your Interior Photography with a Point-and-Shoot or Cellphone Camera

4 Easy Low-tech Ways to Improve Your Interior Photography with a Point-and-Shoot or Cellphone Camera

 Four low-tech suggestions for improving your interior photography: Compose your shot thoughtfully Manage the light Brace the camera Groom the set     So I’m not going to lie to you, shooting interior photos is trickier than shooting outside. Outside, the sun graciously offers its output to benefit us all and makes our photography easier.  […]

How to Take Better Architectural Photos with your Cellphone or a Point-and-Shoot Camera

How to Take Better Architectural Photos with your Cellphone or a Point-and-Shoot Camera

Experienced architectural photographers offer four easy tips for improving your quick and dirty architectural photos. Perspective control Change your point of view Pay attention to natural lighting Plan your shot list by keeping design, use, and context in mind

6 Architectural Photography Mistakes to Avoid

6 Architectural Photography Mistakes to Avoid

Three experienced photographers reveal mistakes that’ll brand you an amateur. Architectural photography is one of those specialties that has always been pretty self-selecting. Before the days of digital, it took an extreme amount of patience and attention to detail to practice the technical precision that was the hallmark of a good photographer of architecture and […]

Art, Architecture, and the Photography of both

Art, Architecture, and the Photography of both

I recently had the very good experience of working with Seattle artist James Brems, who happens to also be a good friend. Our daughters go to school and played soccer together and we’ve gotten to know each other the past few years. James is a painter and sculptor who has shown in galleries around Seattle […]

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