Architectural Photography Interview 
A recent interview conducted by AIAP director Alan Blakely discusses a wide range of subjects relating to my 20-year career as a commercial photographer.

Topics include the following:

• Introduction to architectural photography with my mentor, the late Philip Beaurline, a professional architecture photographer from Charlottesville, Virginia.

• Early days as Philip Beaurline's assistant and my experience with large format film, film processing, film scanning and the finer points of customer service.

• Challenges and opportunities for having an own commercial photography business.

• Gradual transition from general commercial photography to a more focused business of photographing architecture and interiors.

• The advantages of being a graphic designer, web designer and SEO specialist.

• Approach to equipment choice with regard to cameras and lenses for architecture and interiors.

• Unique and deliberate approach to lighting interiors.

• Personal photography workflow from capture to delivery, including the use of Canon EOS Utility capture software, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop

• New educational and business-coaching venture known as PhotoAuthentic ( ).

• Pricing strategy and fee structure for architecture photography.

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Author: Lincoln Barbour
Lincoln Barbour has been a commercial photographer since 2002 and has photographed for brands such as Hunter Douglas, Nike, Oreck, Nature's Way, and has been published in Dwell, Better Homes & Gardens, Family Circle, and Country Living

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