My name is Bruno Braumann, and I am an architectural photographer. I am from Coimbra, but I have lived in Braga from an early age.
I have a degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Minho, which I finished in 2008.
In 2014, I decided to pursue my passion for photography, and, in October of that same year, I enrolled in the Photography Professional Course at the Portuguese Institute of Photography in Porto. This course, which finished in June 2016, allowed me to get specialized training, and develop techniques in this area.
My passion for architecture, alongside my will to photograph, has not become just a mere hobby, but the career I have always envisioned.
Does architecture depend on photography?
Although architecture does not depend on photography, the latter takes on a great importance, not only in the promotion of the work in architecture, but also to gain a higher recognition in new projects. Photography is therefore the most efficient means of deferred communication of the finished work. It is thus crucial, for the promotion of a project, that it is photographed in several angles and sets.
My main goal is to work with architecture offices, whether they are well-known or not, with no geographical restraints, both national and international.
Besides the photographic report, my services also include its promotion, both on the website and social media, and I also send the captured photographs to websites of the field, and online magazines.
I hope I can count on your trust.
Group exhibition of photographic works ensuing from the final projects of the Professional Photography Course from the IPF, held in October 2016 at the Geraldes da Silva Gallery, with the project Dystopia.
Group exhibition of photographic works ensuing from the final projects of the Project and Author Photography class of the Professional Photography Course from the IPF, which took place in July 2016 at the Geraldes da Silva Gallery, with the project The Road not Taken.