Architectural photography of Mold Law Courts
These pictures were part of a series of internal and external photographs taken for architects Austin Smith Lord of the newly refurbished Law Courts in Mold. The building itself was built in the sixties and has benefitted from the refurbishment to modernise and improve the look of the building.
This photograph is of the external frontage of the newly refurbished Crown Court building in Mold, North Wales. There is a new canopied area over the door way which has replaced the original steps up. The canopy was conducive to interesting architectural photography as there were openings which allowed natural light to spill through. The original doors had been replaced with tinted glass doors which when photographed, tinted the ground with pale green light.
The is example of interior photography was shot to illustrate the internal refurbishment of the court areas. New seating had been installed and the walls had been decorated. In shooting architectural photography interiors like this the pictures need to be lit with additional studio lighting - more of this can be seen here in lighting tips.