Prices can vary drastically from one offer to another. Here are some benchmarks to better understand the determining elements for the price calculation of an architectural report:
The time of preparation and organization:
Choosing the right moment for shooting is essential. The photographer will make the necessary markings to determine the time when the natural light will be optimal to enhance the architectural object (skylights, windows, etc …) or the time when artificial lighting will start on a facade and will balance with natural light (blue hour).
The additional lighting supply:
It is often necessary to enrich the ambient lighting with complementary lights to unclog poor areas, simulate natural light entering a room, create an atmosphere, rebalance the reciprocity of colors, eliminate glare or bring out textures .
The complexity of the places to photograph:
Some situations may make it difficult to shoot or post-produce. These are, for example, a room filled with mirrors or highly reflective materials, transparent elements, places where natural light mixes with artificial light making complex color management, backlights creating halos.