Yes. I have written this. Well why not? Who better to write an article like this than me?
Oh well, I'm sure the next article, due to be posted in a fortnight, won't have anything so grand keeping it in the shadows.
Seriously though, check out Improve Photography. it is for all levels of photographers, and the podcast is up to episode 248. I have listened to evey available episode and look forward to it every week - this has been the case a long time before I became a writer for the website.
But back to me.
This is the first in a series of articles where I explain what I have learnt over the years working as an architectural photographer. In future articles I will write about
- Image capture
- Image processing
- Business aspects of architectural photography
- Business development
I know. Some of this sounds rather dull. But if you want to make a living as an architectural photographer these are important things.
Boring but important.
I use that quite a lot.
I thought it best to start my writing career writing about what I know best of all things, and this is what I did.
I hope that you find the article interesting, and please get in touch if you have eny questions, or obviously if you want me to photograph your building.
Rick McEvoy - Architectural Photographer
For new readers and new subscribers to my blog I am an architectural photographer based in Dorset working mainly in Dorset and Hampshire photographing buildings.