As a Photographer in Providence Rhode Island I have come to greatly appreciate the many sides to this historic yet modern city. The city of Providence was founded in 1636 by Roger Williams, who choose to name the area in which he and his followers settled for "God's merciful Providence" over their fate. Providence is now the capital of Rhode Island, as well as that state’s largest city. Throughout the centuries, architecture in Providence has reflected the styles of successive periods. Many historical examples of buildings remain and they beautifully hold their own alongside the modern (and ultra-modern) structures of more recent times. They all blend together to make the city’s built environment a rich and intriguing landscape against which photographers can create masterpieces. Added to the visual presence of the actual buildings is Providence’s amazing nighttime skyline against which events such as the annual WaterFire display are stunningly framed. Apart from exterior photography, an architecture Photographer in Providence Rhode Island can expect to called upon quite often to shoot interior spaces as well. Some interior photography jobs will present challenges such as having to photograph rooms with high ceilings or rooms that flow directly into other spaces. While that flow and the overhead expanse created by the height of the ceilings, will make interesting features in some of your photos, it will also be necessary to shoot the room as a space of its own. As shown in the photo above, this can be accomplished depending on the angle and level you shoot from. In this case, the house was a $2.45 million property up for sale in Beau Vallon, on the island of Mahe in the Seycelles. By going lower than the usually mid-height level and standing in just the right position, I was able to capture the essential features of the space.Keywords: Real Estate (15), Seychelles (15).