London Architectural Photographers, Don’t Miss RIBA’s ‘Wide Angle View’ Exhibit

RIBA showcases revolutionary 60s magazine series Manplan that speaks to social issues of today The Royal Institute of British Architects is putting on a new exhibit called Wide Angle View that explores architecture as a social space and features very compelling photography from the 60s magazine series Manplan featured in Architectural Review.

Merging Art & Hospitality With Ben Richards on His Shoot at Aman Tokyo

Pack your bags, today we’re going to Aman Tokyo with Tokyo-based architectural and travel photographer Ben Richards! Ben perfectly marries his two photographic specialties throughout this project, making us feel as if we are Aman guests walking through each scene.

Join Mike Kelley and Doublespace Photo for a one-of-a-kind Workshop in Tuscany

From April 13th – 16th 2024, myself, Amanda Large, and Younes Bounhar of doublespace photography will host an exclusive workshop for eight students at Podere Rombolino in southern Tuscany’s Val d’Orcia region. Join us as we practice architectural photography, enjoy discussions on theory, business, and craft, and of course culinary delights such as wine, cheese, and amazing views of the Italian countryside.

Adobe Lightroom or Capture One? A Subjective Comparison | Part One

I remember the first time I used Adobe Lightroom. It had to be around the year 2008. It was a shock to me back then. I mainly had used Photoshop before, which is a powerful tool, but especially at that time, it wasn’t well-suited for quickly editing a large number of photos.

Edmund Sumner Shares the Story Behind Photographing a Beautiful Mexican Beach House

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.

You Don’t NEED a Tilt-Shift Lens for Architecture Photography!

Before I get into this, I need to put out a disclaimer – this article and video aren’t meant to throw shade at tilt-shift lenses. I love tilt-shift lenses. In fact, I own 3 of them. The whole idea for this topic came from seeing multiple condescending comments directed at newbie photographers, trying to make them feel inequitable because they didn’t use a TS lens!

Tony Kuyper’s Luminosity Masking Plugin Gets Upgraded to TK9

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.

Don’t Sign Your Life Away!

Psychologically, when we receive a document that’s flattened or includes only certain spaces to add information, we are conditioned to accept it as-is (well, most of us). However, until you sign it, nothing is set in stone.

Storytelling in Architectural Photography With Eymeric Widling

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.

Arch Photo Pod’s Season 1 Comes to a Close — Catch These Inspiring Interviews With Photographers Brian Berkowitz and Garett Buell

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.
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