Question: Is there demand for the publication… Continue reading
Aqueduct Gates is a semi-urban apartment project designed by Taylor Architects. The scheme provides communal social spaces and individual privacy spaces sensitively designed for the tropical climate. The overall atmosphere of the project is one of calm simplicity that disguises the skill and professionalism of its implementation.
The… Continue reading
Light is the most defining tool available to the architectural photographer and yet the use of artificial lighting is a controversial point of departure for some architectural photographers. I know some well known architectural photographers who will not accept a commission that requires artificial lighting. I also know there are… Continue reading
Question: How have you managed to educate yourself on the latest artificial lighting techniques?
Although I have been photographing architecture for many years it was only very recently that I entered into the ‘digital realm’ in which… Continue reading
Within the Mona Campus of the University of the West Indies is the newly completed Medical Sciences Complex designed by Harold Morrison-Robert Woodstock Associates Limited. The project accommodates specialized programs for various departments [anatomy, biochemistry, pharmacology, physiology, forensic DNA and physical therapy] along with lecture halls, classrooms and… Continue reading
The Lens is perhaps the single most important tool in the architectural photographer’s camera kit. This post will expand on some of the lessons that I can share for the benefit of architectural photography in the digital realm.
I always like to be reminded:
“Architectural Photography does require some specialized… Continue reading
Perched on Red Hill some 2,000 FEET above sea level is a ziggurat formed two-storey house designed by architect Errol Alberga to capture the panoramic view of Kingston and its harbor beyond. The main design feature of the house is the large cantilevered sunscreens that follow the exterior glass openings… Continue reading
In this post I will focus on the camera system with some thoughts I have developed in the course of my photographic career that could be helpful for the reader. I always like to remind myself and readers:
“Architectural Photography does require some specialized equipment but the art of photography… Continue reading
Because I am aiming at publishing my book ‘Contemporary Caribbean Architecture’ in 2015 I need to start looking seriously about how this is going to happen. Well there is still some time! Seriously I am hoping that by the time I am ready to publish in 2015 that the… Continue reading
This house is an example of how a strong design solution can enhance the value of ordinary buildings. The project is actually an existing house with an extension on the east and west facades with the intention of attracting a diplomatic type tenant. Typical of Cornerstone’s work is the use… Continue reading
In this article we will focus on some important insights on the use of essential tools for architectural photography: the tripod and its head.
Architectural Photography does require some specialized equipment but the art of photography primarily depends upon the artistic ability and skill of the photographer. Excellent tools are… Continue reading