I have been taking architectural model photographs for over 14 years. I first started working with students at the Bartlett School of architecture in London to help them create images of their fantastic work for portfolios and books. This is something I continue to do, working closely with the Bartlett communications team and lecturers to create images for the school marketing, publications and student portfolios.
I also create architectural model photographs for Oxford Brookes students, professional practices and personal project and competition entries by architects.
Feel free to get in touch to have a chat about how I can help you create a collection of fantastic images of you models.
Photographing architectural models for architects in practice creates really useful portfolio, exhibition and publication images. Fantastic models are great way to help clients visualise and understand design but difficult to show easily. Having models photographed gives you a great 2D portfolio tool, supports competition entries, design drawings and digital renders. A really effective marketing tool.
I have portable studio lighting that I bring to a practice office, order a suitable background paper and set up a studio to photograph models. We can discuss how you would like them lit, particular angles etc before creating a wide selection of architectural model photography of your scheme.