Architecture Walk Throughs
This architecture image illustrates the importance of client input before the photo shoot. This includes walk throughs with the client to evaluate the project's condition and some of the challenges that might need to be addressed when the photos are shot.
This also gives the architect the opportunity to point out features and details that we might otherwise miss. We may not have wandered all the way out to the street to see how the project looked. We also might have missed the plaza in front of the project. For sure, we would have missed the fact that the concrete benches were lit from below because we did the walk through during the day.
The client showed us this feature. The end result, from a composition standpoint, adds a nice border to the lower half of the image, enhancing the visual impact of the project
The result is that the client got the photo they were looking for. Their reaction: "Awesome photo!"
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