Ryan Photography is a leader in architectural photography because of our 28 years working with architects, designers and engineers learning what you want and what is important to your clients.
Whether your need is large or small . . . interior, exterior, or aerial . . . I will capture the views you want.
What to look for in your architectural exterior photography. Is the perspective correct? There is seldom a good reason for the walls to converge. On some views it's ok . . . but not often. Is the view of the roof correct or is there too much, or not any, showing? While this may seem out of control, or irrelevant, is isn't. Does the view have depth, in other words- foreground, middle, and background? It doesn't need to be visually flat. Is the photo all about a parking lot or do cars block the building? Sometimes cars in front can be useful; sometimes a distraction. Does the building appear as a narrow band across a broad width? Cropping this type of view isn't always the best solution. Do you want to see inside the building? I love seeing inside the building, especially if it is a store or a well decorated home. Is there a view reflected in the windows? Whether in daylight or twilight this is important, especially at twilight. Is it dramatic and have something to set this view apart from every other?