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Food photography and architectural photography are both sometimes cited as examples of imagery that require a high degree of specialization. That analysis is fairly accurate. Architectural photography can be quite exacting, demanding cooperation from the weather, the most careful and exacting positioning of the camera and the shooting of multiple images of each angle for use in later layer compositing of the image. Food photography requires that the food be shot relatively quickly, in most cases, and that the lighting be quite carefully positioned despite the fact that the food is often rapidly deteriorating in appearance and needs quick attention. Fortunately here at Tadsen Photography we specialize in both of these arenas, and are adept at architectural post-production as well as location scouting and weather forecasting. We have our own doppler radar, which aids tremendously in forecasting days upon which it will be best to shoot. As for food, we usually shoot placeholders and try to get everything just perfectly nailed down before the dish emerges from the kitchen. At that point then it is a matter of working fast and making many tiny adjustments before sauces go south or the foam starts to flatten on the beer.
Suffice it to say that experience is everything and whether you want your beer to look perky or your south-facing windows to look vibrant, we have the architectural photography and food photography experience to handle your job, right here in Madison, Wisconsin.