Architectural Photography | TAP Architecture Minneapolis, MN
This architectural photograph of an office in a beautiful Sioux Falls French Revival home was taken with an extreme wild-angle lens.
Typically, when I document projects for architects, I use very little, if any flash lighting sources. With this particular project, I wanted to retain the feel of rich wood that lined the ceiling, walls and book shelves. Flash lighting was kept to a minimum.
Lighting inside of the office was a mix of ambient light from the recessed fixtures, book case lighting and natural sunlight seeping in from the open french doors leading to the balcony.
I added a little flash kicker in the hallway to highlight the incredible arched white woodwork that leads you through the sliding entrance doors to the office.