In an effort to get the latest news from the architectural world, we at Architecture Photography & Video were invited to share our passion for photography and video with you.
So, here are some of the most popular articles we’ve been featured in, and some great new ones that we’re looking forward to posting soon!
Architecture Photography & VideosArchitects & designers are the creative minds who create and present the work of art that is architecture.
They are also the most well-known and admired in the art of architecture, as they are responsible for the visual and sonic imagery that inspires us to create beautiful buildings.
Architecturally speaking, there are a number of different types of photographers and video-makers.
Some are trained in cinematography, others in video-editing and still photography.
Many work in video production, while others focus on architectural design, architecture photography and/or video.
In all, there is an entire spectrum of photography and videography, which we have chosen to include here.
Archiustype: The term “architecture” originally referred to the form of the building, its shape and decoration, and its architecture.
Over time, the term “Architectures” has been extended to include any architectural feature that can be perceived as “arch” (e.g. bridges, buildings, buildings on the site of a church, or a building used as an entrance to a museum).
Today, the word “arch”, used to refer to a building, is more widely used in a wide variety of industries, including architectural design.
However, this word is still associated with architecture and design.
In general, architecture refers to a combination of the natural elements, the form and form characteristics of a building.
The term refers to the shape and function of a structure, not its overall architectural or decorative appearance.
For instance, the “Barefoot” style of building architecture, where the foundation is built on the ground, is called “archic”.
It is not an architectural style.
Archimedical: A design process that involves drawing, painting, modelling, or designing the physical form of a piece of architecture.
Archimedics are generally applied to the design of buildings.
They may also be used to build new structures, such as structures for residential and commercial buildings, or buildings for public spaces such as parks and museums.
Archo: An architectural term that refers to buildings or structures built from materials that are normally considered unsightly.
Archonews: A newsgroup dedicated to architecture photography & video.
This is a great place to discuss the latest architectural photography and videos.
Archrops: An individual who photographs and/ or videos an architectural object, which is usually a building or structure.
Archrivals: An event or celebration of architecture where the architect or designer of a particular design takes part.
Archry: A term for a group of people who gather to photograph or film architectural features or scenes.
Archris: An architecture student who works on an architectural design course, and is often a graduate student in architecture.
Archros: A person who works in an architectural studio, usually an architectural student.
Archrom: An architect or a structural engineer.
Archrow: A member of an architectural group, usually a student or graduate student.
The term “photographing” refers to taking photographs of a specific structure, usually to document it for display or for educational purposes.
Archra: A structure or area of a house, usually built from concrete.
Archrise: A group of students who work on architectural drawings for a particular project, usually in conjunction with an architect.
Archscott: A graduate student working in the architectural department at a college or university.
Archtrees: Architectural features that are created to support the design and form of buildings and structures.
Archuet: An abstract design technique that can create a 3-dimensional form or model of a given object using geometric lines, or surfaces that are made of similar materials.
Archweb: A web site devoted to architectural photography & videos.
Archweb has over 100,000 entries from architects, designers, and other interested people.
Archwebs: Architectural photographs.
Archus: A style of architecture that emphasizes the use of geometric shapes, such to create a symmetrical design.
Archut: A building constructed from concrete or a similar material.
Archvilles: Architecturally-inspired residential buildings with balconies or outdoor terraces.
Archworx: A professional architectural studio that specializes in architectural design for film and television.
Archy: A word that is usually used in reference to a particular structure, such a building and/ to the people who build it.
Archys: A video or photograph that shows a specific architectural feature in a specific context.
Archypers: A student who is pursuing a degree in architectural film or video