Preparing & Lighting Interiors

Lighting is what separates excellent from average in architectural photography. In the photos on this site, note the interplay between light and shadow. While light reveals color and texture, shadow reveals form and dimension. The placement of lights is critical to capturing the character of an interior space.

Most photographic lighting involves four basic sources: sun, florescent, strobe or tungsten. The challenge is in knowing when to use each, how to combine multiple sources, and how best to accentuate and interpret the elements in the photograph. Often, the trick is to know when not to use specific lights or techniques. We have a full complement of lights, which we use judiciously.