Edmund Sumner is an architectural photographer based in London who has been working in the field since 1998. A wealth of experience and talent, Edmund shoots worldwide, bringing his thoughtful compositions and recognizable style to all projects spanning from hospitality to cultural installations and everything in between.
Hold on to your hats for today’s Project of the Week folks! California-based architectural photographer Evan Ramzi has been shooting architecture for less than a year and making the most beautiful work! This particular project — Del Mar Terrace Residence by architect, builder, and interior Designer Shape Build Inc.
When I set out to pick a luminosity masking plugin for Photoshop a few years ago, I was pretty overwhelmed by the amount of options out there. It seemed like every photographer recommended a different plugin, and as someone with major analysis paralysis and decision fatigue, I finally decided just to pick one and get on with it.
This week’s featured project takes us to a 280-acre oil-field-turned-museum site spanning the Oklahoma River. Here we’ll find the First Americans Museum designed by Johnson Fain and ADG|Blatt. Showing us around via her striking photographs is architectural photographer Mel Willis.
Calgary-based architectural and interiors photographer Eymeric Widling is an incredible artist. Starting out as a student of journalism, Eymeric’s style perfectly melds a documentarian approach meshed with tidy, pristinely lit commercial images.
A few weeks ago we shared a bit about Jordan Power’s architectural photography podcast Arch Photo Pod, a limited series of interviews with folks from the architectural photography community. Since our post, Jordan has released the last two episodes — episode 7 with APA Project of the Week veteran and luxury retail photographer Brian Berkowitz, and more recently episode 8 with Garett Buell who has shared such great insight with APA readers in the past with his tiny house Project of the Week, and contributions to the massive You Should Be Charging Licensing Fees for Publication Use of Your Images article.
Today the highly lauded team at the UAE based architectural photography group Deed Studio will be showing us around a gorgeous and massive project – The Abrahamic Family House. The two principle photographers on this shoot were Deed’s Masih Mostajera & Naghmeh Olfat.
Today’s project of the week takes us back to India! This time, we’re looking at the work of Ahmedabad-based architectural photographer Atik Bheda and his photographs of a factory designed by IKSOI. Formerly a practicing architect of 8 years, Atik masterfully shows structures in their true form.
Like most other retailers this week, our favorite gear store B&H is running a massive summer sale today. There are a ton of deals on gear, from SD and CF cards to displays, DJI drones, medium format Fuji camera bodies, and everything in between.
Villa Palladio Jaipur is a nine-room country estate that has been featured on the cover of VOGUE Arabia, Condé Nast Traveller, and Living Italy Magazine as one of the best new hotels in the world. Showcasing the Villa’s soaring ceilings, brilliant red paint job, and spirited design is Atul Pratap Chauhan, an India-based interiors, hospitality, and architectural photographer.
Adventurer, pilot, architectural photographer, hospitality photographer, and advertising photographer – these are just a few of the many hats that our good friend Shawn Talbot wears. Shawn’s work has been picked up by National Geographic, the Globe and Mail, the Smithsonian Institute and Macleans Magazine and it is easy to see why.
Looking for something to keep you company on your long editing days or drive to your next shoot? Jordan Powers has released a new architectural photography geared podcast called Arch Photo Pod. In Arch Photo Pod, Jordan sits down with other architectural and interior photographers on his travels and chats a bit about their backgrounds, their businesses, and lives.
“The Lindis is a luxury architectural lodge located along the Ahuriri River in the South Island of New Zealand,” explains Joe Thomas – our featured photographer this week. Joe is a New York based architectural, interior, and travel photographer. He we also a finalist in our 2021 Architectural Photography Awards!
Architectural photographer and helpful tip sharer Dennis Radermacher used to be an IT systems engineer before he jumped ship to photography. He knows that as artists, we don’t necessarily love thinking or talking about mundane office tasks like backups and data management.
Today’s Project of the Week takes us on a journey with Milan-based photographer Karina Castro. Karina is sharing her photographs of a new school designed by Haller Gut Architects in Aaberg, Switzerland. As with all of Karina’s beautiful work, you can expect to see plenty of directional light, shapely shadows, subdued color palettes, and compositions that play with shape and line.
Architectural photographer and filmmaker Jim Stephenson has a thought-provoking, dual-screen exhibit at the Royal Institute of British Architects‘ London Festival of Architecture this summer. The film is essentially a lesson in people-watching in post-occupancy architecture and explores how humans interact with the spaces they are immersed in, whether as intended or not.
Maxime Brouillet is such an excellent architectural photographer. I enjoy watching his work, and I am always ready to get one of his latest projects on APA for Project of the Week. When I saw Maxime’s photographs of the Taj Rishikesh Resort & Spa in Rishikesh, I knew this was the one!
Today we’re taking a little trip to Pamplona, Spain with Barcelona-based architectural photographer Sergio Lopez to check out his photographs of Residencia BCOME Pamplona. Sergio walks us through the making of this project, from relationship-building with his clients, to licensing the photos and protecting his work, so be sure to read through his insightful story here!
Regarding invoicing systems for photographers, it has always seemed like there are two options – billing software designed for wedding and real estate photographers, or on the flip side, general business invoicing systems that have nothing to do with photography. Finally, there is a new invoicing and billing system created specifically with architectural photographers in mind. The best part? The system revolves around licensing and cost sharing!
This fine Friday, Project of the Week veteran Nate Sheets is back on APALMANAC with his stunning photographs of Hawk Heights. If you’re familiar with Nate’s work, you can expect to see this project laced with his customary delicate-yet-moody lighting, and powerful approach to compositions.