A fascinating series of posts from the architects’ collective at the Architetriarchal Architects blog, which is a bit of an archive of the collective’s writings.
The series is a treasure trove of architectural photography that has been collected over the past decade.
In this case, the blog was launched to document some of the interesting architectural photography in use during the past two years, and to explore the range of different architectural photography techniques and techniques used.
Here, the series will highlight some of these photographs, and explore how architecture photographers are able to capture a wide range of images from a single image.
The first post focuses on the history of architecture, followed by an exploration of how architects can incorporate their heritage into their own work.
The next post, titled “Architectural Photography: An Introduction to the Art of the Image”, introduces the concepts of digital photography and digital compositing to a more concrete look at how architectural photography is applied.
In the third post, “Architectural Photography in Architecture: A Visual History”, the team examines the different methods that architects use to create their images, and how their images are then combined to form the final product.
The final post, entitled “Architectural Photographic Process”, examines the use of digital composites, and explores how they can be used to create an image that is more dynamic and engaging than the original photograph.
In addition to the posts, there is a Flickr group for the project called “Archivitical Photography”.
The first article in the series, entitled What we do in the office?
is about the history and practice of working in an office, and the challenges and benefits that come with this.
In our previous blog post, we mentioned the use and the importance of archival photography as a way of documenting a work in progress, and we will be looking at this concept in more detail in this series.
The other post, Architectural Photography defined, looks at the different architectural design elements that are used in a project, and then looks at what they are and how they work.
In some cases, the concept of architectural photographic processes is not so clear cut.
In other cases, architects have different styles and methods of combining their images in order to create a unique result.
This article looks at some of those processes and the different ways that architects can work with their images.
This series is not meant to replace the many excellent archival and architrical photography websites out there, and it does not attempt to teach you how to make the best of all possible things, but rather provide a brief introduction to the various processes involved in building and using architecture photographs.
This post is a good starting point to get you started with this interesting topic.
Architecture: what we know, what we don’t, and what we should know next.
Architectual Photography, Peter Toths, and more.