Architectural photographers are the mathematicians of photography.
The photographer transfers the formal language, aesthetics and/or the idea of the architect(s) into his pictures. Disturbing factors are faded out until the essential remains. The idea becomes visible and accessible to the viewer.
Why do I say that architectural photographers are the mathematicians of photography? Quite simply, more than in any other genre of photography, it's all about precession. The camera is meticulously aligned on all axes. Nothing tilts or runs together unintentionally, which would take away the clarity of the composition.
Architectural photography is made up of different categories:
Individual architectural objects
street furniture, street art, monuments and more
Exterior and interior
Different approaches can be pursued:
The spontaneous photo as an approach to the object, working out details, embedding in the environment with and without people or the artistic approach.
My passion is artistic photography. Many photographers have mastered the 45° left/right or center shot, but I am extremely good at finding special perspectives and angles that you have never seen from a location before.
Of course, I am also happy to work with you on a briefing or shoot directly according to specifications. My 15-year background as an art and creative director in advertising helps me to better understand and respond to client requests.