Julie Graham at Photography & Architecture interviewed Martin Adolfsson about his approach for photographing architecture.
P&A: What do you love about photographing buildings?
MA: I really enjoy identifying the graphic elements of a building and documenting how people use the space within those boundaries. I like how different spaces can influence people’s behaviors.
P&A: What aspect of photographing a building, interior or exterior, do you personally find the most challenging?
MA: In general, I find interiors more challenging because of the size restrictions you often have in terms of how much you can pull back in the shot. That being said, I like challenges and enjoy trying to take control of the room.
P&A: You have a variety of imagery on your website: as well as exteriors, interiors, you have travel, portraits, lifestyle so what is your favorite kind of shoot?
MA: Preferably, all those elements combined. In other words, people utilizing a beautiful space in a refined environment.
Read the rest of the interview on Photography & Architecture’s website.
Photographer: Martin Adolfsson
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