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Architectural Exterior Photography:

One of the greatest things about photographing architecture is also the most challenging - and that's working with and molding light around the subject. With the inclusion of varying building and finish materials, a photographer is constantly pivoting and adjusting to the environment to capture the best image possible.


While shooting during the day allows for really vivid and detailed HDR photography, working with a subject at night provides an environment full of shadows and depth normally scrubbed away by the day's harsh sun and gives for stunning long-exposure shots that can give light sources a life of their own.   

Exterior Photography

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