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Interior  photography by Photographer Mike Butler ★2 | STRKNG

- © Mike Butler


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Architecture  photography by Photographer Mike Butler ★2 | STRKNG

- © Mike Butler


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Virgilio Barco Library Reflection Pool / Interior  photography by Photographer Mike Butler ★2 | STRKNG

Virgilio Barco Library Reflection Pool - © Mike Butler


Interior  photography by Photographer Mike Butler ★2 | STRKNG

- © Mike Butler


Cook Bank Building Rhyolite NV / Abandoned places  photography by Photographer Mike Butler ★2 | STRKNG

Cook Bank Building Rhyolite NV - © Mike Butler


Bungalow 9 / Interior  photography by Photographer Mike Butler ★2 | STRKNG

Bungalow 9 - © Mike Butler


Architecture  photography by Photographer Mike Butler ★2 | STRKNG

- © Mike Butler


Crystal Colorado / Abandoned places  photography by Photographer Mike Butler ★2 | STRKNG

Crystal Colorado - © Mike Butler


Interior  photography by Photographer Mike Butler ★2 | STRKNG

- © Mike Butler


Jade Ocean Lobby Miami Fl / Interior  photography by Photographer Mike Butler ★2 | STRKNG

Jade Ocean Lobby Miami Fl - © Mike Butler


Virgilio Barco Library Bogotá Colombia / Architecture  photography by Photographer Mike Butler ★2 | STRKNG

Virgilio Barco Library Bogotá Colombia - © Mike Butler


Interior  photography by Photographer Mike Butler ★2 | STRKNG

- © Mike Butler




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Generally speaking in the photography industry there is a line, on one side are those who delve into the artistic realm expressing their art with no other client but themselves and then on the other are those who shoot for clients with budgets and rigid output parameters. From the beginning of my career I have tried to bridge those two worlds, to bring an artistic view into the ultra teutonic realm of architectural photography. I strive to achieve this through layers of increasing complexity; layers of lighting composition and post production. Whether I achieve this balance is only for the viewer to say, but it has brought me commercial success as well as a bit of publicity, being interviewed and featured by PDN, Rangefinder, Shutterbug and several local magazines the full lot are on my website.. which is quite a bit of notoriety for a photographer in the rigid old industry of architectural photography!