A question that I often get asked is are architectural photography and architectural fine art photography the same thing?
Well the answer is no.
Architectural photography produces images that are a photo realistic in nature recording the scene as it exists at the time of the click of the shutter. This image may not be as dramatic or impactful as you may have wished at the time of creation.
Architectural fine art photography is different in that the images produced represent the scene captured in the form of the subjective artistic intent of the photographer. This does involve some post processing skills.
Fine art means presenting an object or scene in a way that focuses primarily or solely on its imaginative, aesthetic or intellectual properties.
In short my imagery is representing my artistic vision of the building, structure or scene.