Photographers

Captured Light
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Captured Light

Six prominent architectural photographers—Peter Aaron, Iwan Baan, Richard Barnes,... More

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Sixth Annual A|L Light & Architecture Design Awards
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Picturing Your Project: Hiring a Photographer

High-quality shots are marketing musts, so it is critical for firms to overcome their fear of cost and contract issues. More

A Primer for Digital Photography
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A Primer for Digital Photography

From marketing materials to presentations, reports, and websites, digital images... More

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Project photography-who pays, owns and can use it-is a contentious issue.

Project photography-who pays for it, who ultimately owns it, and who can use it-is a contentious issue. Few lighting designers can afford the fees, and hence are dependent on the architecture firms for photos, which often means a project is not well represented from the lighting perspective. The photography budget is generally under-funded in the trade press. And yet, design photographers provide a valuable service; not to mention, their right to make a living. Is there a solution to t More

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2005 A|L Design Awards: Details
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Third Annual A|L Light & Architecture Design Awards

The eight projects presented below, winners of the Third Annual A|L Light & Architecture Design Awards, made an impression on this year?s jury.. More

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Lightbox | Darkbox

Situated next to and slightly under an elevated freeway on the border between San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood and burgeoning Yerba Buena arts district, the RayKo Photo Center is a study in darkness and light. A recognized Bay Area institution, established in 1991, the Center combines gallery space for local artist exhibitions with rentable darkrooms, studios, and digital photography facilities. The Center's new home (its third), a 12,000-square-foot warehouse, has been granted new life as a sleek contemporary arts space. More

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