Architectural photography – Transforming spaces into images
The reproduction of geometry, the effect of perspective and proportion, light and shadow as well as the play with shapes and colours play an important role in architectural photography. In this blog post I would like to show you how to approach the topic of architectural photography and what to pay attention to when photographing in order to yield exciting architectural motifs.
Why architectural photography?
Image composition – the right perspective
Compositional elements – Leading lines and frames
Staffage and patterns
Creative architectural photography
Sebastian Grundgeir lives and works as an architect and self-taught photographer in Zurich. He focuses on architectural photography and landscape photography. Aside from mountain landscapes and Swiss architecture, which make up the majority of the subjects, his portfolio also includes projects far beyond the Alpine region.
In addition to his work as an architect and photographer, he shares his love for photography in workshops, gives lectures and is a juror at the Photo Awards. He developed an architectural photography course for the Swiss Photo Club in which he reveals his tips and tricks for successful architectural photos.