A great source of inspiration and technical reference for me is the work of photographers, specifically those focusing on architecture photography. They capture the finished result under real world constraints and we visualize the vision before it breaks ground. In many ways we mimic the photographers work in virtual 3d world… when we go for the complete photo-real approach, as there are many other ways to visualize architecture as shown in the previous post by Jeremy Kay.
I’ll start showcasing the works of photographers that I find very inspiring and that we can all learn from to better do our job. First one to make an appearance here is Photographer Michael Biondo. I stumbled upon his work while researching works done by Architect Richard Neutra and seen some photos he made of the renovation done by Joab Moore Architects to one of his homes. Enjoy the selection here and visit his website for more…
Photography by Michael Biondo
Michael Biondo Is a New York & Connecticut based photographer whose has a keen interest in photographing design related themes.
He is a seasoned photographer who, for the past 25 years has worked with some of the most successful fashion designers, architects, graphic designers, and magazines.
Currently he is working on Allan Greenbergs second monograph and a book on mid-century modern houses in New Canaan Connecticut.