Photography Services

Photography for your business needs – the built environment

A wide range of external and internal architectural photography services in the UK – Use our photographs to document all stages of your project.

Use our high resolution images to promote your practice, support the planning process and document all stages of your project – from site investigation, visual impact assessment and through the entire construction process to the form and function of the finished building (including the building in use, lighting surveys and installations).

Our aim is to provide you with photographs you can use to promote your services.

Images can be supplied in a variety of geometric projections and if necessary we can help with image correction and processing advice.

Architectural photography

Show your projects at their best, whether under construction or in use. Our photographs can be taken at any time of day, occupied or not. We work with clients to establish a style and look that fits your exact needs.

Your photos are available for web and high quality print, since also we offer a bespoke fine art printing service with prints up to 14 metres long.

We’re in Leicester, in the UK East Midlands (Northampton, Nottingham and Derby).

Based near to the centre of the UK, we cover the entire country – and also work internationally for companies with a UK presence.

Construction photography

Photography for the construction industry, civil engineers and developers – suitable for site surveys, works progress reports and marketing and promotion.

We can cover all aspects of construction from initial site investigation and groundworks right through construction, handover and buildings in use.

Our principal photographer, Keith Cooper, has a background in surveying, so is used to working on busy sites, putting safety first. Northlight Images only does commercial work and is fully covered by the appropriate insurance.

Heritage Architecture

Specialist heritage and conservation photography for architects, reconstruction and renovation companies and organisations that captures images for conservation and restoration projects where precise details require a permanent record.

We combine technical image capture with creative expertise to produce photographs that can be used in technical and funding reports, as reference images for plans and drawings or reproduced for your portfolio, as promotional material or decorative fine art prints.

By using advanced technologies, specialist lenses, camera equipment and software we’re able to offer a wider range of imaging options than traditional techniques and our combination of creative photography and highly specialised technical skills enable us to produce images that leave even other photographers wondering just how we do it.

Post production work is available on all our images, to improve usability and add visual impact. Rectified, high resolution files can be produced for import into CAD packages for stone identification and specialist Photoshop images processing, such as localised contrast enhancement can be used to, for example, highlight cracks in stonework or or show up defects in buildings.

There are some examples of rectified images in our blog, along with some aspects worth considering when planning for such work. We can elevate any of our equipment to ~8 metres if required for a view.

High resolution photography

High resolution, gigapixel, panoramic and spherical photography using digital image capture techniques that far exceed the capabilities of traditional film based large format photography.

Our extremely detailed, high resolution images can be used for web and print media (including billboards and building wraps) and are perfect for panoramic and computer simulation backgrounds, visual impact assessment (VIA) and very large fine art prints. Our largest print to date is 14 metres long and some of our high resolution panoramic Gigapixel (Gigapan) images have exceeded twenty gigabytes per file.

Our principal photographer Keith Cooper is a widely acknowledged expert in the camera technologies and specialised software needed to create such high resolution images and is always happy to offer help with colour management, image correction and printing of his photographs.

There are some examples that you can pan and zoom on the High resolution photography page.

Better photography for your practice

Architectural photography training for architects, architectural technologists, surveyors and professionals promoting architecture and architectural projects.

We know that you need to document projects – why not make use of the photos to promote your work?

Learn how to take and process better photographs of your buildings and projects and showcase your work and expertise to a wider audience. Northlight Images’ architectural photographer, Keith Cooper, has a background as a university lecturer and public speaker and is happy to pass on his technical expertise as an established, professional architectural photographer to help you get better photos.

If you’re interested in improving the photography for your practice, we’ve more details about our photography training services for architects on the main Northlight Images web site, where we offer special rates for small practices.

Our training is customised to just what you need, so why not give Keith a call on +44 (0)116 291 9092 and discuss what we can do for you?

Use an expert photographer

When you want a professional photographer for new homes, buildings, architectural or interior photography, give us a call…

As specialist commercial photographers, we work closely with architects, project managers, contractors and agencies to ensure our images are always supplied to meet your needs, whether for web or print use.

Technical expertise does make a difference

The latest technology – specialist lenses, camera equipment and software allow us to produce a much larger variety of creative options and views. Our combination of creative photographic ability and technical skills produce images that leave other general purpose photographers wondering just how we made them.

Our principal photographer, Keith Cooper, regularly tests new professional photographic and print equipment from major manufacturers before it is available to purchase.

Commissioning architectural photography

The conditions at the site and the sorts of photography you need can make a big difference to the kinds of photos we can create.

To help us give the best service, we’ve put together a short guide covering information that we need to know and some tips addressing some of the issues you might want to consider: Advice for commissioning architectural photography

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