Architectural Exterior Photography
Ryan Photography is a leader in architectural photography.
I have 30 years experience working with architects, designers, engineers, builders, hospitality, and real estate agents.
Whether your need is large or small . . . interior, exterior, 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? While this may seem out of control, or irrelevant, it 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 the view dramatic and have something to set it apart from every other?