About Stuart Brown Photographic – Architecture Photographers
Some notes about Stuart Brown Photographic architecture photographers. I’ve an honours degree and over twenty years experience designing and constructing industrial and commercial buildings in Asia and Europe. I toured the world for a long time, making international moves on average every three years then a family man, hence I needed a change. Therefore time to settle down and find a new challenge. Having enjoyed photography since my father put a film camera in my hands in the late 1970’s, I’ve progressed through digital moved to large format film photography. I’ve now combined my passions for architecture and photography so that I can specialise in architectural photography.
Many years designing and constructing buildings have given me advanced knowledge how building designers think and what’s important to them and building owners. Having looked at the buildings I’ve constructed every day, my knowledge of how building materials react to light is unsurpassed. I’m therefore able to present any building in it’s best light. Consequently I’m uniquely qualified to produce great imagery of finished buildings and structures and construction works.
Core Values Honouring the Creators of the Built Environment
Stuart Brown Photographic provides an experience that honours the creators of the built environment. High quality architectural photography thus architecture and business shown in it’s best light.
- Presenting Architecture in it’s best Light, hence Honouring the Creators of the Built Environment by .
- Produce images with a Long Shelf Life and thus promote clients for years and even decades.
- Producing strong visual images in order to captivate and communicate my clients’ story to their prospects.
- Providing “no non-sense” image licences so that clients’ to get on with marketing their businesses.
- Using a combination of techniques in order to produce an optimal balance between cost and quality.
I go to great lengths in order to achieve my core values:
- Conduct solar path analyses and hence predict the best time of year and day to photograph buildings and structures.
- Project schedules often exclude the opportunity to work at the best time of year. I therefore plan photography making the best of conditions within project time constraints.
- Examine the weather forecast and sunrise/sunset times, therefore putting myself in position to produce the best imagery within deadlines.
- Consult clients on their needs before going to site, thus ensuring excellent results.
- Use contingency plans so that unexpected inclement weather doesn’t prevent project completion.
- Advise the best way to realise projects, whether a single piece of architecture or an entire architectural portfolio.
- Work in professional and safe manner, provide safety documentation and and public liability insurance.
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