You don’t always need dramatic twilight or dusk shots to sell a property. Often the aim of commercial architectural photography is simply to faithfully reproduce the appearance of a building during regular operating hours. No glitz and glamour–but undoubtedly professional. What does this mean? It starts with straight, clean angles, good management of natural light, and competent compositions. It also possesses the sharpness accorded by high-quality optics and high-resolution cameras. It solves complications of narrow spaces by employing wide-angle lenses to allow a maximum amount of structure to appear in a shot–or help to capture generous parking availability. Retaining details in the shadows, reproducing rich blues in a bright sky, and capturing sunlight streaming through trees and landscaping are just a few moreexamples of what professional photography can offer. Add this all together and your photos demonstrate a commitment to quality in whatever you seek to sell or accomplish.