The Process

Whether you have hired an architectural photographer before or not, I make it as simple as possible!

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Where to start?

The Estimate

Get in touch! Let me know any particulars of the job you feel are important and I'll get back to you with an estimate.


Logistics, logistics, logistics. Here is where we set dates, arrange property access, location scout, etc.


This is where I press a lot of buttons and act like I know what I'm doing. Don't worry, I've got this!

File Delivery

All files are delivered via digital download, ready and waiting to show off your project to the world.


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Still have unanswered questions? Check out our FAQ section here.

It is important to know what you can expect and how much it is going to cost for your project.

We begin by discussing your needs and the specifics of the job. This includes the location of the project, amount of images needed, intended usage of the images and timeframe for project completion.

My goal is to know exactly what your needs are and not have you pay for 'extras' you might not benefit from for your intended usage, ergo saving you money!

I operate using two basic fees: Photographers Fee and Post-Production Fee.

Photographers Fee - Architecture - This fee covers time on location, equipment, lighting, one assistant, moving furniture, staging, a 8-12 hour day from morning until night to capture the location in a wide array of lighting conditions. The creative fee also includes a boilerplate set of standard licensing rights.

Post-Production Fee: After the initial shoot, I spend a significant amount of time editing your images to make them perfect. This can include colour correction, retouching, compositing, and preparing master files for final delivery. It is not unusual for the Post-Production work to consume 2-3 times the duration spent on-site for the photography and longer.

What is cost-sharing?

Sharing the cost of a project is a common and valuable practice in building photography. It is very beneficial to consider other parties who might benefit from photographs of your project: The owner, interior designers, landscape architects, contractors, consultants, tenants, product manufacturers, engineers, etc. We charge a licensing fee for each additional party, then divide the total fee by the number of parties involved, which can lead to huge savings for each client.

Developing great working relationships with my clients is very important to me, and as in all relationships communication is key!

This stage of the process is where you and I will have a meeting to go over the floor plan to really make sure I understand and appreciate the story of the architecture through your narrative.

We will discuss our shot-list, time-frame and if there are any other parties who would benefit from the photos to bring onboard in order to keep your costs down.

This is where all the logistical work is done in preparation for the shoot. Items like travel, equipment, models, styling, parking, security, etc. are all things that need to be thought of in detail to make sure everything runs smoothly as possible!

I also make sure I am covered by my business insurance which includes liability for our time on-site.

The day has arrived! We're ready and prepped to conquer. The architectural/interior shoot is an 8-12 hour day from morning until night to capture the location in a wide array of lighting conditions. We spend time setting up equipment, lighting, moving furniture, staging and putting everything back exactly where it was before at the end of the day.

I wirelessly connect to my camera allowing us to review the images together on a larger screen for more efficient collaboration.

After the photoshoot comes the post-production work we spoke about in the pricing section. You will receive your images as a full-resolution file via a digital download. I also include digital archiving of your images for 6 months just in case you misplace your photographs!


About Me

I am a 38-year-old architectural and interiors photographer who specialises in creating high-end visuals for your company's brand.

At 16 I hoped to be an architect one day, but after picking up a camera in college I was hooked and had found my passion for clicking buttons and chasing light for a living. I then took my love for architecture and gave my photography career a focus.

My latest work is focused on developing a sense of connection and storyline within my images, to show the interaction of the architecture not only with its environment but with how people interact with the structure and space itself giving it life.

My work entails documenting projects for architects, interior designers, luxury real-estate, contractors, magazines and digital media specialised in architecture.

Cardiff based, available in London and nationwide around the United Kingdom.

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My standard turnaround for all imagery is 10 working days after our photoshoot.

After the initial shoot, I spend a significant amount of effort editing your images to deliver a high quality final result, which can range from anywhere between 1-3 hours per image (why rush perfection, right?). This can include colour correction, compositing, retouching (removing) unwanted items in the scene, and preparing master files for final delivery.

The short answer is that any and all photographs remain the sole property of the photographer, in this case Kyle Pearce Photography, and the client is commissioning the photographer to both create and License the use of the photographs for their client's needs.

It's important to understand that unless a photographer (or any artist for that matter) explicitly signs an agreement which states that they're transferring their Copyright ownership over to you, they remain the sole owner of their artwork in perpetuity.

With the above in mind, it's important to read through and make sure you're aware of the Licensing terms that you're agreeing to because breaking those terms, for example sharing the image files with other parties, would become a copyright infringement and can leave you open to prosecution.

Serious commercial copyright infringements can constitute a criminal offence, and legal actions must be taken. The maximum penalty for these offences is ten years imprisonment and/or an unlimited fine.

For more information on U.K. Copyright Law, please see the below two links:

Link 1: Copyright Law U.K.

Link 2: Copyright Designs & Patents Act 1988.

Of course! I want you to get as much traction and as many eyeballs on your project as possible, which is why I include Social Media distribution in my boilerplate License Agreement for all my clients.

All I ask is that you attribute myself with a 'tag' and include a 'clickable' link to my relevant social media account.

In all cases, I ask that you forward the third-party to myself directly so that I can discuss and arrange a Licensing Agreement for them before delivering any files.

This is to protect yourselves from any potential Copyright Infringement, and allows myself to discuss the terms of use with the third-party directly.

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