How to Photograph Buildings and Interiors
3rd Edition Princeton Architectural Press, New York, 2004
For architects, interior designers, engineers, heritage preservers, and professional photographers. The first half starts with the basics, discussing topics such as photographing architectural models and drawings, technical considerations involving cameras, films, and lighting, and preparing materials for publication. This expanded edition also contains 13 new chapters that focus on more advanced topics, including special cameras and lenses, the creative use of filters, digital imaging and digital image manipulation, working on location, copyrights, contracts, and other business considerations. There are several new chapters dealing with all aspects of digital imaging as well as electronic marketing. It also includes hundreds of color and black-and-white photographic examples. This practical how-to book is the definitive title on the subject.
"A practical guide on how to take high-quality photographs for architects, interior designers, engineers, and heritage preservers. Architectural photographer Kopelow provides specific knowledge necessary to enhance the quality of pictures, and suggests cost- cutting methods to stay within limited budgets. Thoroughly illustrated, of course."
Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
"An exceptionally realistic treatise on the theory and practice of architectural photography. Supplying adequate technical information for beginners, advanced amateurs, and even professional photographers experienced in other specialties, the primary focus of How to Photograph is on the aesthetic and intellectual elements of the medium....Kopelow packs this work with a wealth of information for virtually everyone in the architectural profession."
Tom Fuller, Inland Architect