Architectural Photography

Buildings need to be photographed both as a whole to show the situation, location, architecture and size, and also details brought out to show design features, coatings, products used, stone work etc. Using a wide angle tilt shift (perspective control) lenses even the tallest, largest building can be photographed with perfect proportions. No converging verticals making a building look like it is falling over! 

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  • Cardiff_school_exteriors
  • National_Assembly_Wales
  • National_Museum_Cardiff
  • Debenhams_6089
  • Cardiff_school_interiors
  • Block_paving
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  • Cardiff_school_interiors
  • National_Museum_Cardiff
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  • Commercial_premises
  • Cardiff_architecture
  • IMG_5800
  • IMG_5781
  • cardiff_school_exteriors
  • National_Assembly_Wales
  • National_Museum_Cardiff
  • Debenhams_6089
  • cardiff_school_interiors
  • block_paving
  • block_paving
  • block_paving
  • cardiff_school_interiors
  • National_Museum_Cardiff
  • block_paving
  • IMG_5812
  • IMG_5758
  • commercial_premises
  • cardiff_architecture

Terms and Conditions 

Covering Wales, West Wales, Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire, Swansea, Cardiff, Newport, Bristol, Gloucestershire & Wiltshire.

All images on this site are the copyright of Derek Phillips and may not be reproduced without permission.

Images are available for licensing and use in print, web and online media.

 

Contact Derek Phillips at email: derek@derekphillipsphotography.co.uk

Tel: 01437 891090 / 07796542785