Exterior Architectural photography takes advantage of available natural light at daytime and at night time it uses all available light sources ambient light from exterior building lights, moonlight, twilight or additional lighting is brought in to showcase the characteristics of the building.
Landscaping surrounding a building is important to the overall composition of a photography as well and it can make the building to stand out. The photographer can include objects that are present like a piece of land, driveway, fountains or statues in the foreground of a composition, taking advantage of their ability to help lead the eye into main subject – the building.
Interior Architectural photography can also be performed with ambient light transmitted through windows and skylights, as well as interior lighting fixtures. Frequently photographer will use supplemental lighting to improve the illumination within a building, either flash or LED panels can be used. A feature of architectural photography is that the principal subjects are stationary, therefore, it is possible to use post-processing editing methods such as bracketing or HDR to achieve a balanced lighting. Even in the absence of additional lighting pictures always can be perfectly exposed.
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