“Once you understand how light varies, and varies our perceptions, your architectural vocabulary is immediately extended in ways classical architecture never thought of.” – Jean Nouvel | “When photographing Architecture, Landscape Architecture, People, Still Life or anything with notoriety and context, light and it’s immense affects on the subject and the photo come racing to a photographer’s mind. Is light available? Can we mimic how we perceive our surroundings with controlled light? How does it fall on the space? Where is the sun in relation to the location for a true perspective? What should be highlighted to tell a story though photography? Expert photography includes an intense study of light. Aspects related to the photograph other than light  can be negotiated, manipulated and brought into focus when necessary.” – Robert R Gigliotti