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Pre/ post production

Whenever possible, a pre-visit to the site is arranged with the client to have an in-depth view of the spaces.
Knowing how the different areas look like, is key for better preparation prior to the photo shoot.
Post-production is equally important. Often, it is the final art that will define the style of the photographer.

Post-prodution techniques include working across softwares like CaptureOne, Adobe Photoshop, Affinity Photo and Cinemagraph Pro.

Interiors and exteriors photography

Exploring both the exterior and interior of a given building is, many times, what makes a photo shoot successful.

By complementing these two spaces through photography, it is possible to have a better understanding of the whole.

Advanced masking techniques are used to bring the best out from all the spaces, while seeking to create the best mood possible that invites everyone in.

Social media sharing

Social media is undoubtedly the best place where to share a project and have it escalating in no time.
After finalising the job and have it delivered to the client, some projects are shared on social media platforms to help both the client and the photographer to leverage their businesses.

Projects are only shared on social media, after having the consent of the client that such is possible.

Online media publication

Online media such as ArchDaily and Architizer, are home for thousands of projects and publications.

After having the consent of the client that a given project is suitable to send for online media publication, the photographer gets in contact with the necessary parties to have the project published.