“Dealing with architecture brings me very close to the state of mind required to make pictures. One also needs an old seeing eye, appropriate reflexes which embrace sensitive observations coupled with appropriate emotional responses.”
Max Dupain (1911-1992)
Dupain’s images also reveal what every architectural photographer knows is the decisive moment. That split second of time when the substance and the detail of the architectural subject are brought to life.
He is certainly a huge influence to the way we approach an architectural photography assignment. Like Dupain we also know that the decisive moment doesn’t happen without earnest pre planning of the shot and the particular assignment beforehand. Our clients certainly appreciate the collaborative and detailed approach we take to our work.