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  • ‘Look Book’ boosts sales

    It used to be the case that colour plates in a book cost an arm and a leg but with the advent of digital printing, short runs of full colour books are a complete bargan. Lamilux have a produced a beautiful book to illustrate how their glazed roofs can be used to introduce natural light…

  • How to give feedback

    With effective feedback your photographer learns more about your needs and can deliver better value next time. Without it they are left guessing. One of the difficulties is that photography is a subjective media. It is possible to approach and satisfy a brief in numerous ways. As a photographer, it is always a nice seal…

  • Value your image

    What value do you place on your image library? Will the images you make or commission be discarded after the first use or will they stand as documents with a meaning to others for years to come? I have been given the task of sorting a lifetime of photography taken by my wife’s Auntie Angela.…

  • The Mix, Stowmarket, Suffolk landscape architecture by Concertus

    Urban Realm – on Architectural Photography

    In April 2014 Urban Realm published a really interesting and highly readable ‘think-piece’ about Architectural Photography. “I’m surprised that someone will spend three or four years on a project and take away nothing from it. Only the client and a few end users will know about it and in the case of private housing it…

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    Don’t forget the prints!

    Having a fully digital workflow and with a great deal of work intended for use online, it is easy to forget that, in the end, photography is about the print. There is no substitute for viewing a printed image. This is because our visual system is designed to perceive the world through reflected light not emitted…

  • #19 Bricks is out

    The new Bricks online app is released today. It is an app that is intended to make your design practice more collaborative. With Bricks you can organise your inspirations for your current projects and also inspire others. You can find out more here Bricks comes from the visual architecture inspirations platform Archiref. You’l find Place Photography has…

  • Architect designed homes from containers – an answer for more than Felixstowe?

    Felixstowe in Suffolk is the largest container port in the UK and among the six largest in Europe. As a consequence we locals are all too familiar with those big metal boxes trailing along the A12 and A14 and know well the giant stacks that dominate the port area that in turn dominates the seaside…

  • References for Architects and Designers

    The creative work of others is a great source of inspiration. Architects, architectural photographers and designers working in the built environment now have a great reference resource in www.archiref.com , It is a growing visual reference database put together by French Architect Sébastien Lucas. Like all of the best resources on the web it is a collaborative…