The most inspiring photography is that of candid shots; where the subject is given time to interact with it's surrounding.
Whether that be a person visiting the site for the first time, a slight wind moving through a seasoned tree, or subtle light washing over a concrete wall, the life of a building is best recorded through this bare-faced interaction.
Photography within architecture creates a sense of 'being' for the built world, which is otherwise typically thought of as a stagnant force. The energy produced by all factors acting on, around, and within architecture is what compels design; the record of this living essence.
Status: School Project