||PREPARING PHOTOS FOR ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING
The example to the left was created from photographs of an existing house (blue-shaded). The addition was projected from a rough pencil floor plan. The gallery shows the rear-view of this project. Photos, drawings, blueprints or a combination will work fine to develop an idea.
If you're preparing photos to send, generally, more is better. Cameras only see a part of what we can see, so take some close-ups and shots from several angles if possible. Don't worry too much about bicycles on the drive, etc. - that stuff can be edited out (within reason).
Photographs of 4"X 6" or larger will provide enough information in most cases, or you can email digital pictures. (Please do not reduce the resolution to 72 dpi. If you want to reduce resolution for faster emailing, please limit the reduction to 150dpi, or use a sevice such as Usendit to upload your digital files.)