Photography of Architecture and Interiors

Photography of Architecture and Interiors

Experience.

For several decades, Andrea Brizzi has provided architectural and interior photographic services to:

  • Architects
  • Interior Designers
  • Real Estate Developers
  • Construction Companies
  • Most architectural and interiors publications
  • Building materials and architectural manufacturers
  • Major retailers
  • Large Institutions such as the United Nations and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey

Andrea has also originated and contributed to several books.

  • Cuba, 400 Years of Architectural Heritage, with text by Rachel Carley. The first book to cover the entire history of the island’s architecture. English, German and Spanish versions.
  • Understanding the United Nations.
  • Pavia, an architectural guide to the northern Italian city written by Carla Coppa.
  • “Para No Olvidar”, written by Eusebio Leal Spengler and several other UNESCO publications on Cuban Architecture.

Experience.

For several decades, Andrea Brizzi has provided architectural and interior photographic services to:

  • Architects
  • Interior Designers
  • Real Estate Developers
  • Construction Companies
  • Most architectural and interiors publications
  • Building materials and architectural manufacturers
  • Major retailers
  • Large Institutions such as the United Nations and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey

Andrea has also originated and contributed to several books.

  • Cuba, 400 Years of Architectural Heritage, with text by Rachel Carley. The first book to cover the entire history of the island’s architecture. English, German and Spanish versions.
  • Understanding the United Nations.
  • Pavia, an architectural guide to the northern Italian city written by Carla Coppa.
  • “Para No Olvidar”, written by Eusebio Leal Spengler, and several other UNESCO publications on Cuban Architecture.

Capabilities.

Phase One 100 Megapixels digital back. With 15 stops dynamic range, it’s as big and as good as digital gets.

Panoramas, from simply combining two pictures to create a wider view, all the way to 360 degrees.

Andrea pioneereed the technique he calls “Multiple Points of View Panorama”. He moves the camera to photograph multiple head on elevations and then combines the images into an optically impossible yet effective composite picture perhaps resembling more an architect’s rendering than a photograph.

Aerial and Unmanned Aerial aka “Drone” Photography. Andrea has been an early adopter of this exciting new technology.

Always a great perspective, sometimes a camera in the sky is the only way to do justice to a waterfront or mountainside property or a large development. Andrea carries both the required FAA Pilot Certificate and Liability Insurance.

Time Lapse. Thousand of images combined to produce a videos that add a “fourth dimention” to the built environment. Architecture, as Julius Shulman noted, moves (along with the earth).

Clouds passing behind a building, the transition from day to night, maybe someday a yearlong sequence of a tower growing like a tree.

Extensive Post Production capabilities. 

Among the software used:

Adobe Lightroom, Bridge and PhotoShop

Capture One

PTGui (Panorama Tools Graphic User Interface)

Photomatix Pro

Quicktime

Etc.

Capabilities.

Phase One 100 Megapixels digital back. With 15 stops dynamic range, it’s as big and as good as digital gets.

Panoramas, from simply combining two pictures to create a wider view, all the way to 360 degrees.

Andrea pioneereed the technique he calls “Multiple Points of View Panorama”. He moves the camera to photograph multiple head on elevations and then combines the images into an optically impossible yet effective composite picture perhaps resembling more an architect’s rendering than a photograph.

Aerial and Unmanned Aerial aka “Drone” Photography. Andrea has been an early adopter of this exciting new technology.

Always a great perspective, sometimes a camera in the sky is the only way to do justice to a waterfront or mountainside property or a large development. Andrea carries both the required FAA Pilot Certificate and Liability Insurance.

Time Lapse. Thousand of images combined to produce a videos that add a “fourth dimention” to the built environment. Architecture, as Julius Shulman noted, moves (along with the earth).

Clouds passing behind a building, the transition from day to night, maybe someday a yearlong sequence of a tower growing like a tree.

Extensive Post Production capabilities. 

Among the software used:

Adobe Lightroom, Bridge and PhotoShop

Capture One

PTGui (Panorama Tools Graphic User Interface)

Photomatix Pro

Quicktime

Etc.

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Education & Civic

Location.

Andrea keeps homes in Honolulu HI, Brooklyn NY and the Island of Elba, in Tuscany.

Fluent in Italian, English and Spanish. Two passports. “Million Miler” with United.

Most of Andrea’s work involves some travel.
Assignments take Andrea to Europe, the Middle East, Asia, the Americas and all the major cities and town in the United States.
In recent years jobs in:

Hamburg, Paris, Costa Smeralda (Sardinia, Italy), Lisbon, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Kwait, Guam, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Jose, San Diego, Portland (both), Seattle, Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, Denver, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Minneapolis, Indianapolis,Nashville, Atlanta, Charlotte, Santa Fe, Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, Austin, New Orleans, Miami, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Boston, etc.

Philosophy.

Andrea tries to always exceed a client expectations and never submits an invoice unless or until the client is satisfied with the photography.

With the technology threshold lowered by the digital revolution, to the point that a smart phone can now produce images of pretty high quality, the burden is now on a professional photographer to prove, each and every time, that he or she can still provide something unique.

Location.

Andrea keeps homes in Honolulu HI, Brooklyn NY and the Island of Elba, in Tuscany.

Fluent in Italian, English and Spanish. Two passports. “Million Miler” with United.

Most of Andrea’s work involves some travel.
Assignments take Andrea to Europe, the Middle East, Asia, the Americas and all the major cities and town in the United States.
In recent years jobs in:

Hamburg, Paris, Costa Smeralda (Sardinia, Italy), Lisbon, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Kwait, Guam, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Jose, San Diego, Portland (both), Seattle, Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, Denver, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Minneapolis, Indianapolis,Nashville, Atlanta, Charlotte, Santa Fe, Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, Austin, New Orleans, Miami, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Boston, etc.

Philosophy.

Andrea tries to always exceed a client expectations and never submits an invoice unless or until the client is satisfied with the photography.

With the technology threshold lowered by the digital revolution, to the point that a smart phone can now produce images of pretty high quality, the burden is now on a professional photographer to prove, each and every time, that he or she can still provide something unique.

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