Photographing Architecture: Lighting, Composition, Postproduction and Marketing Techniques (Paperback)
Essential for professional commercial photographers but with appeal for anyone who enjoys architectural photography, this book explains how to build better light indoors while finding the optimal positions for capturing images. Beginning with advice on understanding angles, controlling perspective, and becoming familiar with the tools necessary for capturing interiors, this guidebook then progresses onto explanations of various types of light, methods for manipulating them, and circumstances under which different lights should be utilized. Also included throughout the book are example shots of homes, businesses, and public spaces followed from start to finish, illustrating the challenges of the shoot, how these problems were solved, and any work that required editing after the shoot.
John Siskinis a photography instructor and a fine art and commercial photographer whose work has been published in a number of magazines including Photo Technique, Shutterbug, and View Camera. He is the author of Understanding and Controlling Strobe Lighting. He lives in Agua Dulce, California.