Creating Composites for Architecture Interior and Exterior Photography
For most of my architecture photography, I arrive at the finished image by capturing multiple exposures and combine these into a single composite image using photoshop. Creating a photograph similar to the automated HDR imagery we are very familiar seeing. The big difference is that I can have far more control over how the final image will look by controlling each lighting element in the scene independently.
Automated HDR imagery tends to be similar to every other HDR image and lacks colour accuracy, contrast and definition. By manually combining photographs into a composite, I can craft an image that looks three dimensional and natural while enhancing important details and reducing distracting elements. It is also a bespoke image crafted to bring a space to life for different…
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