Aberdeen Society of Architects have been contacted by a local architectural photographer whom is curious about how photography is perceived by architects.
Architectural photographers usually understand that the visual language appropriate for “architectural photography requires a perceptive awareness of: space, flow, geometry, material, detail, colour and light, in order to best represent the unique experience of each project and tell the design story.”
We would like to enable a dialogue between local architects and architectural photographers as we feel that the two can really benefit each other.
We hope to organise something formal to allow this dialogue to take place. If this is something that would be of interest please look out for more details.
Feel free to contact us or Clare Lou Photography in the meantime.