HOW ARCHITECTURE AND INTERIOR DESIGN FIRMS WORK WITH PHOTOGRAPHERS

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Magda Biernat photographed a Skidmore, Owings & Merrill building at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado. SOM tends to build long-term relationships with photographers “because there is a learning curve with every new photographer,” says SOM photo coordinator Lucas Blair Simpson.

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Albert Vecerka photographed The Public Safety Answering Center II (PSAC II), located in the Bronx for SOM.

01-FEAT-Architecture-Spencer-Lowell-SPENCER-LOWELL-SURFACE-JAMES-GOLDSTEIN-098Spencer Lowell photographed James F. Goldstein on the roof of his Modernist LA home. When working for architects and designers, Lowell’s goal is to render the space “as close to their vision as possible,” he says.

01-FEAT-Architecture-Elizabeth-Felicella-150724-0725Elizabeth Felicella regularly works with Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects, whose projects include the Columbia Street Bikeway in Brooklyn.

01-FEAT-Architecture-Elizabeth-Felicella-2017EF20.450Mathews Nielsen’s director of marketing, Erika Aiese, says, “With landscapes, it takes more time and more patience” to get the right images, since the photographer may need to return over several seasons to show how a landscape develops and changes over time.

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