For the past few months, my focus on photography has shifted to Architectural Photography. I realized that although I would much rather be outside looking at a breathtaking landscape and enjoying the sounds and feel of nature, that is just not the reality of my current situation. That’s mainly because where I live, residential housing and commercial buildings have been coming up like mushrooms. Pflugerville is one of the fastest growing cities in the nation, 11th on the scale according to census. More and more people and businesses are coming here.
It’s hard to ignore the reality that the place where I used to enjoy taking photos of sunrises and sunsets are now surrounded by all these houses and buildings. With so much going on around me, I decided it’s time to add Architectural photography to my skills. I have shot some architectural photos before in my travels but as I learn more about this type of photography, the way I see things have changed. It is a different way of shooting compared to landscapes especially when you are doing interiors. The lines must be straight, the colors have to be true, and the angle of shot plays a significant role in the way the room is perceived. There’s a lot to learn because it’s a different kind of specialty.
I am so excited and hopeful with the many possibilities architectural photography skills can lead me to. If you are an architect, a realtor, an interior designer, decorator, home stager or a vacation rental owner, I would love to meet you and discuss how we can work together.
Here are some of the work I have done recently.
You can see these photos and more here.
Let me know how I can help you with your photography needs.