Classical or contemporary; architectural photography can be as challenging as it is rewarding. From gear that needs to be versatile to set ups that can’t require tons of space – there’s a lot that goes into getting that perfect shot. If patience and problem solving aren’t your cup of tea, you’ll find it difficult to create captivating images of buildings and interior spaces.
A Mobile Workstation Like No Other
In both interior and architectural photography, the key is often taking a deep breath, slowing down and double checking everything. There’s often a lot going on and having a tethered workstation available lets you see your image on a large screen so you’re able to catch that debris on the ground or crooked lampshade you missed.
Mount Any Tablet Anywhere
From iPads to Surface Pros, there’s a lot of different tablets on the market, and even more ways to incorporate them into your workflow. The AeroTab Universal Tablet Mounting System is incredibly versatile, allowing you to mount your tablet where you want it, when you need it.
Infinite Power for Your Camera
For architectural photographers, days can be long and buying extra proprietary camera batteries is an expensive solution. If you want the peace of mind knowing you have an uninterrupted power source for your camera, add the Case Relay Camera Power System to your kit.