Recently, I branched out to try Cabin Architecture Photography. I wanted to expand my skills. I went to Riverfront Retreat and took pictures of the interior and exterior. Some tips I learned while taking Architecture Photography is it is best to shoot indoors around 12 in the afternoon or at night, That way there are not too many crazy shadows coming through the windows. That being said, it is best to bracket while shooting architecture photography. That way you can either merge the photos together or pick the best one out of the three you bracketed. I also would suggest getting low, standing on a chair, and paying attention to the details. Architecture photography is all about capturing the area in normal and unique ways. Look for fun angles and details in the house or cabin.
Here are some of the interior photos I took at night time. I wanted to capture the rooms, but I also wanted to point out details in the rooms.
Interior Cabin Architecture Photography
Interior Detail Photography
Exterior Cabin Architecture Photography
Due to poor weather, I had to take my exterior photos in the rain. It was not the most ideal situation but I still was able to capture a few great photos to showcase the cabin! I would suggest watching the weather when you are going to take exterior photos so that you can have the most ideal weather conditions and not be prohibited. Some of my photos did not end up turning out because there was too much water that got on my lens and distorted the photos. But in one shot, I was able to capture the rain and it made for a great photo!
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I would also be happy to take any interior or exterior photos you need, contact me to schedule a session now!