Interior & Architectural Photography
Interior & Architectural Photography
Whether you are an interior designer, architect, or business owner, you need to hire someone who is specialised in both creating interior and architectural photography if you want to gain potential exposure to your design, services or product.
A good architectural photographer can capture lifelike colours of the building’s both interior and exterior, from the best angles of the architectural subject.
My name is Tamas. I grew up in a small town in Hungary, after university I moved to the UK, where I spent 5 years with trying all sorts of work and studying photography, now call Budapest as my current base. I’m a travel and architectural photographer who absolutely loves his job and everything that comes along with it. I appreciate the people I meet, the places I go, the time I spend, and the continuous novelty in every project I do.
I treat my photos with all of these technical and digital corrections to avoid common problems and bring out every detail needed to make my images stand out and well balanced. Furthermore, I use industry standard exposure blending techniques to deal with extremely difficult lighting situations. In some cases I incorporate extra studio lights in the process to correct uneven lighting scenarios to bring out texture, to add extra natural looking highlights and shadows and correct colour.
Sky, windows, and artificial lighting bodies often lose colour and burn in extremely on a single exposure photo. I use a special technique to balance and optimize the highlights and natural colours in the affected areas, so images reflect rich, realistic light conditions in detail.
Non professionally made photographs often lack a great amount of detail, texture and colour in the dark areas of the photo. For me this is no problem. With my sensitive full-frame camera and exposure blending techniques, I’m able to capture enough information to reveal and balance the shadow areas in post-production. So we get a more complete, more detailed picture.
The exact colours are very important. That’s why I take the extra mile and always match white balance, adjust colour accuracy, remove distracting colour casts, and bring the whole image to the optimal contrast level. My photos have a consistent colour throughout the complete photo series. I always review the result multiple times during the post-production process before submitting pictures to a client.
I use the best wide angle lenses available for my camera system in order to have the widest angle of view possible with the least amount of distortion. These are not fisheye lenses. Fisheye lenses are absolutely unacceptable for professional architectural photography due to very extreme perspective distortion.
If we take a photo against the sun, we can see a so-called “sunflare” or “lens glare”. This appears as colourful circles and patches on our picture. With thoughtful image capture I can avoid these problems right on set or with retouching.
Using high quality lenses, there is a very minimal optical distortion on the captures, and with professional softwares I make further adjustments digitally to correct any remaining distortion. Horizontal and vertical lines are set for each photo so there are no tilted, rotated, distorted walls or furniture, etc.
In addition to the above technical knowledge, creative experience and vision are needed. This may be one of the key elements of my photos, which differentiates from the work of others. I have learned from the best photographers in the field of photography and architectural photography over the last few years. I continue to expand and develop my knowledge and technical solutions so I can show the buildings and interiors in their best light.
If your pictures aren’t good enough, you aren’t close enough.
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