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Architectural Photography FAQs

What’s your rates ?

I design my services according to your needs after an exchange with you by email or telephone. There are 4 elements to take into account :
- the estimated implementation time: from one hour to several days on average depending on the size of the project and the specific requests (sunset, blue hour, drone, etc. .)
- the number of photographs expected
- the use you will make of the photographs
- the production costs depending on the case: transport, accommodation, etc.
To request a quote, click here: contact

Who are your customers?

Building stakeholders such as architects, builders, suppliers, design offices, project owners, social landlords, magazines, etc.
The luxury sector for the promotion of your various sites (points of sale, production sites, outdoor facilities, etc.).

How do you guarantee a professional service?

I am an architect with 6 years of experience as a project manager (competitions, public and private markets on all types of programs). I also practiced architectural photography for 1 year in an agency of 80 people.

Architectural photography is a great way to honor the work of the architect. It is a work of authorship that requires understanding the intention of the architect to account for several months or years of work.

I use professional equipment adapted to architecture: camera, lens, tripod, micrometric ball head, drone and even the plane when the project requires it or the drone is prohibited.

In which cases do you recommend the plane rather than the drone for aerial photography?

The use of the drone allows a good speed of implementation on site and already meets many needs, but the use of the plane for aerial photography is interesting in several cases:
- when drone flight is prohibited
- to reach higher altitudes (above 120m)
- in the case of multiple projects to be photographed on the same flight, it can reduce costs compared to the drone with which flight distances are limited.

Do you offer a typical service?

Photographing a building from sunrise to sunset will offer a complete report of the building with a panel of varied atmospheres representing as best as possible the image it sends back to its environment.

For a small project, a half-day report will cover a sunrise or sunset to be defined according to the orientation of the building and will already guarantee you a good choice of images.

Art prints FAQs

What’s your rates ?

The price of art prints depends on 3 elements:
- the complexity of the shot
- the size of the print and if a frame is delivered with
- the number of copies still available

Why are they in limited edition?

As an author photographer, the law imposes a number of copies limited to 30 maximum.
This guarantees that you are buying a real work of art within the meaning of article 98 A of appendix III of the general tax code. Companies can benefit from a tax credit, contact me for more information.

How do you take aerial photographs?

At first, I carry out an in-depth research consisting in identifying interesting shooting locations, defining the most suitable aircraft for the situation and planning a navigation to reach the shooting location.
Then, depending on the weather, I make one or more flights.

All the art photographs presented on this site were taken by plane, microlight or paraglider, with professional equipment and in compliance with flight rules.

I have a special request, can I contact you?

Of course, it's this way: contact

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