These hands-on workshops, are designed for individuals who want to document their own work or work smarter with professional architectural photographers.
Webinar - Aesthetics of Architectural Photography - April 25, 2013, 1-2pm - What makes a good architectural photograph? How can you effectively document your projects to show their best features? What’s important to think about in composition? What’s the best time of day to shoot? Find out by attending a one hour webinar offered by Virginia Society AIA and Photographing Spaces, a division of Hoachlander Davis Photography. Professional architectural photographers will discuss (with examples), the key elements, tip and techniques for giving your portfolio the “wow” factor.
AIA/DC Workshop: Capture and Create Your Way to Great Architectural Photography - March 5th, 2013 - This hands-on workshop, is designed for individuals who want to document their own work or work smarter with professional architectural photographers. This workshop is accredited by AIA/DC for 6.0 LU.
In the last tip of the week, Allen talked about finding the best aperture for your lens in order to achieve the sharpest image you can get with your camera. One of our workshop attendees and Photographing Spaces friend, Chris Ambridge of cox graae + spack architects, emailed me with a follow up question. ”Where [...]
Way back when, I bought a Gitzo Carbon Fiber Tripod off of Ebay for $700. I know what you’re thinking… “What an idiot, who needs a $700 tripod?” Well, let me tell you, it was perhaps the single best investment I have ever made in camera gear. I LOVE it! It is strong, stable and [...]
I was searching the web today and came across this NY Times article – I hadn’t heard that Balthazar Korab had died. He is certainly one of the most celebrated architectural photographers of the 20th century. Right up there with Julius Shulman and Ezra Stoller. Much of his work is black and white, because of [...]