Adrian Schulz lives in Berlin, Germany and received a degree in architecture from TU Berlin. Early in his studies, he became interested in architectural photography, and thus it became the subject of his thesis. Adrian now works as a professional architectural photographer both in Germany and North America.
"For anyone in the field of architectural photography, this is probably a "must-read" book. For anyone not in the field but wanting to break in, read this book and find a mentor working in the field. Preferably, Adrian Schulz."
--Britt Stokes, DigitalAppleJuice
"The photography of buildings, structures and living spaces is a specialty that is clearly explained and demonstrated in this attractive full-color book. The author, who is both an architect and a photographer, describes the process of selecting the appropriate equipment, working with light, setting the composition, and post-processing images with Adobe Photoshop."
--The Kleper Report, Issue 16.6-17.1
"Architects and photographers often have wildly different viewpoints on how a building should be shown (see page 45). Is it a real view or an artful view that is expressed in the two-dimensional representation of this three-dimensional creation? Those are the choices of the photographer and those are the options very nicely laid out in this 225-page book. From basic camera choice to accessories to the proverbial argument for shooting raw, Schulz makes the reason for each as it relates to the specific field of architectural photography."
--Doug Bardwell, www.examiner.com
"If you are interested in exterior architectural photography, this book will tell you everything you need to know..."
--Conrad J. Obregon
"Schulz has a marvelous writing style that
is relaxed, conversational and yet, filled with factual, useful information. I was pleasantly surprised and pleased by how much I learned and how readable the book was. I especially enjoyed the final chapter on Post-Processing.
Architectural Photography is definitely a standout, and would make a wonderful addition to any photo library. "
--Jorga Riggenbach, eJournal of the Tucson Computer Society
"This book is an inspiring step-by-step guide to what may be considered a rarified field of architectural photography."
--Dominique James, Sacramento Book Review
"The book provides an excellent introduction to architectural photography. "
--Conrad J. Obregon, Amazon.com