I recently completed an architectural photography project for Brad Stegemann of Simon Oswald Architecture. Brad hired me to photograph the new Our Lady of Lourdes Interparish School on Bernadette Dr in Columbia, Missouri.

The new school, affectionately known as “OLLIS,” is a state of the art, multi-level, Catholic elementary school administered by the Diocese of Jefferson City, Missouri.

Here’s a photo of the new building’s facade taken at twilight with a Sony Alpha a7R III camera. I used a Canon TS-E17mm tilt-shift lens, which enabled me to do perspective correction in-camera. I shot the photo in aperture mode at ƒ/18.0 with a 3.2-second exposure at ISO 50. I processed the RAW photo in Adobe Lightroom CC.

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