Interview for PhotoPlus – The Canon Magazine
Fernando Guerra, one of the world’s most in-demand architectural photographers, talks to David Clark about his life and work.
When Fernando Guerra started working as an architectural photographer in the late 1990s, it wasn’t a popular genre. Influenced by Magnum photographers, Fernando brought a more photojournalistic approach to shooting buildings.
Instead of simply taking record shots, he photographed them in a more dynamic and creative way, focusing on how the buildings are used and who uses them. He helped make architectural photography cool and is now one of its most popular practitioners. Fernando’s commissions regularly take him on travels to different parts of his native Portugal and to many other countries around the world. He’s a busy man, but we managed to catch up with him during a few days’ break between shoots in Portugal and Brazil…
Read the full interview at the PhotoPlus, The Canon Magazine