Architectural Photography

October 22, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

Restoration of 500 Seneca in Buffalo, NY 

I have been doing a lot of real estate photography over the last 3 years. As my skills have progressed I am now focusing on the next challenge: architectural photography. The two photography styles share much in common, but architects are willing to invest more time in their images so they can really show off their designs. To me that opens up more creative opportunities. I can have the time to perfect images like I prefer to do.

I shot these concept images for the architect of the property at 500 Seneca and 465 Washington Street in Buffalo, NY. The 465 Washington Street building was especially difficult (bottom image) as the location is close to other buildings and there are many obstructions of the view. Having a 30-foot low level aerial photography pole is a great tool for larger buildings like these. It gives a more natural perspective when using a wide angle lens and helps control perspective distortion.

If you have any architectural photography needs in Buffalo, NY, Cleveland, OH, Pittsburgh, PA or really anywhere worldwide please contact me. My rates are reasonable and I will make your project look as eye catching as possible.


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