Posts Tagged ‘Architectural’

Lift off….

A brief round of applause please for this ever-patient lady who has stood in for more lighting checks than I could even begin to remember….

Energy saving lighting comes to Imperial College

Recent shoot for a lighting controls client in the Dyson Building at Imperial College London. The brief was to capture the application of their environmental lighting control system, in particular to illustrate the system’s ability to balance between daylight and artificial light levels in the public areas of the building. Careful light and colour temperature […]

History repeats itself

Nice spread for us in Electrical Times this month, combining great copywriting from SCS PR and Marketing and eye-catching photography. A package like this is manna from heaven for most editors and will grab their attention far quicker than some poorly written text and a couple of phone snaps.

Inside “The Wedding Cake”

Challenging location shoot at St.John’s College Cambridge last week. New environmental lighting control installation inside the centuries old “wedding cake” tower in New Court. Had to deal with up to five stops difference in exposure in some areas and variances of over 3000k in colour temperature for some of these shots.

Vertigo – the highs and lows of commercial property photography

Commission: New brochure photography for an office block re-development in Southampton city centre. As with all architectural photography this project was weather-dependent. Obtaining sunrise and sunset data was the first step, allowing us to work out the optimum lightfall at various times of the day. We combined this with Google Street View which allowed us to […]