Architectural Photography relies on solid techniques to produce high quality interior and exterior photographs. When natural light is good getting good photographs is relativity straight forward and this is the case for maybe 25% of the time. For most Architectural Photography work the biggest single challenge is lighting; shadows, highlights and low contrast areas must me allowed for and corrected. There is no one technique that provides the magic bullet.
Experience, planning and an insistence on high production standards as well as a good eye for composition are key aspects of producing Architectural Photography that stands and and draws the viewers attention. Weather and the seasons significantly affect the approach architectural photographers adopt, often taking advantage of the light and environment. Planning and waiting for the right time to shoot buildings is illustrated by a winter drone shoot we did of a similar holiday park.
It also helps have specialist lenses suitable for photographing architecture and interiors and good post production skills. At Matthew Jones Photography we use a prime lenses and a DJI Mavic Pro drone to ensure we have the right tools at are disposal
Here are the results from a specialist luxury lodge shoot near Dovedale in Derbyshire. These lodges are pet friendly and a located in a country holiday park with a swimming pool and restaurant on site.