Over the years, Tony has worked with many architects on a variety of building types, including hospitals, universities, hotels and residential properties. His central aim is to showcase the quality of their work in the best light possible.
Tony’s interior architecture photography is positioned to tell a unique story. Clever composition is used to highlight the most appealing aspects of an interior landscape, whether that’s a vibrant, buzzing atmosphere or the ability to provide a place of peace and tranquility.
Tony uses super wide architectural lenses for both interior and exterior shots, allowing him to capture buildings in full far more frequently. The team also bring numerous lighting heads to each shoot to ensure that they can enhance the visions of the architect and the lighting designer.
In some situations, it will be possible for Tony to capture multiple shots over a period of a few hours or a day to ensure that all angles of the building appear in the best light possible. His team will then compose the photos in the post-production process, followed by editing out unnecessary lettering, watermarks or reflections.
The final result is photographs that capture the unique style and abilities of the architect. Tony and his team will help you build a portfolio of images so that you can display your creative and technical abilities to future clients.
May is THE best month to get those inviting, stand-out exterior shots of your venue taken.
We recently photographed Japanese restaurant Ukai, on Portobello Road, for Dunthorne Parker Architects.