There are three secrets to getting good pictures of residential and commercial exteriors, interiors, and architectural details. The first is having the right equipment, including perspective correcting lenses and portable lighting. Second is waiting for the right light or adding light to create a bright, but natural looking scene. Third is post processing of images as necessary to adjust or improve anything that could not be accomplished in-camera. These techniques are necessary to account for the difference between how people see and how cameras see. When you look at a building or a room, your eyes and brain automatically balance the light and adjust for perspective. A camera, however, can make walls slant unnaturally and show parts of a scene as too dark or too bright. We use techniques that correct for these problems and produce images that look natural and pleasing.

Residential Architecture at Dusk

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