The Future of Architectural Photography

September 30th, 2013

The Internet and digital technologies have been rapidly changing the entire world of photography and how we can share pictures with others in today’s society. Now, instead of creating a film exposure that may take many hours to reveal an image in a dark room, any owner of an electronic device is capable of snapping a couple of pictures and sharing them with thousands in just a few minutes.

By increasing the exposure for certain images, the Internet is also doing a lot to influence the tastes of photographers and image viewers all over the world. Not only can web browsers download and display images in a matter of seconds but viewers can also comment and communicate their thoughts with other online viewers. This has created a digital forum where those interested in certain areas of photography can discuss their opinions and even learn some new aspects of their passion.

For architectural photography, this has created the opportunity for many renowned professionals to increase their profile and leap out of anonymity. Bilyana Dimitrova, former photo editor of Metropolis Magazine, has created an exhibition for reputable architectural photographers who haven’t been able to break out into the mainstream. This event, called “Beyond the Assignment,” will feature work from a number of photographers who are in the middle of their careers currently.

This exhibition, presented by the Julius Shulman Institute, will open at the Woodbury University Holiday Gallery on October 5 of this year. The event is designed to point out the ability of the best architectural photographers to go further than the normal terms of an assignment. These professionals are able to take compelling photos for real estate businesses and others that also tell a story visually and help to establish the relationship between architect and the finished building.

Architectural photography is a tough industry to stay at the forefront of, but at Dan Forer Photography, I have the published credits, which highlight my abilities as a reputable photography service. With the digital world rapidly changing the photography industry, I do my best to stay on top of all the latest technological developments to help your design, real estate or construction business.

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