\ Photography Procedure
Patience and observation play key roles in making Architectural Photography seem natural. Ambient light sources, adjusting camera positions and scene staging create meaningful results. A few degrees of sun altitude or an extra five minutes to let a cloud pass make a surprising difference in changing the appearance of an image.
Whether it is a single interior photograph or an entire campus with a spectrum of image coverage, my process always starts with an interview of the client followed by a scouting survey (if possible) of the assignment. In fact, the photographic evaluation is comparable to the procedure an architect performs during the design process.