Jon Reis' vision for all-encompassing wide angles combined with Dede Hatch's eye for detail and abstraction make them the perfect architectural photography team. This image of the MDSzerbaty+Associates design for Cornell University's Catherwood Library showcases Hatch's interest in turning architectural elements into ambiguous objects through use of texture, light, and perspective. Not only do we provide accurate photographic depictions of the architectural design, but we also draw attention to the more subtle beauties of the structure through combining documentation with artistic vision.
Thursday, June 25, 2015
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Thursday, June 18, 2015
The Brian C. Nevin Welcome Center at the Cornell Plantations has an energy efficient design that calls for an innovative photographic vision to match. Through exaggerating this angle, the gold LEED certified wooden slats are brought to attention. Through a number of professional techniques, Jon Reis Photography highlights the most important qualities of a building design while also providing a detailed depiction of the architect's design.
Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Thursday, June 4, 2015
Jon Reis Photography guarantees to make your landscape architecture stand out through highlighting the best features of your design. Perspective plays an important role in the depiction of the Martha Van Rensselaer Hall landscape on the Cornell University campus by drawing the viewer's focus to the color and texture in the foreground. The composition of the image then leads the eye to the dynamic curve of the structure. Backlighting is also used to create a halo-like effect on the greenery and students to set the serene mood of the photograph. High quality images are crucial to attractively representing a landscape artcitect's design and ensuring that your work shines amongst the rest.