These hands-on workshops, are designed for individuals who want to document their own work or work smarter with professional architectural photographers.
ArchEx 2013 - “Architectural Photography Live - The Fundamentals of Perspective Control, Composition, and Creative Photo-Manipulation” - Architects and designers often wonder why they cannot get their photographs to look like their renderings, or better. In this live demonstration, the photographers of Photographing Spaces, a division of Hoachlander Davis Photography, will show you how to use your camera and Photoshop techniques to control visual perspective, creatively frame the photograph and manipulate the photograph in order to create visually compelling and dynamic images. This will not be a typical lecture. This will be live. This live demonstration will include your Q&A.
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.
Yes, we’ve been very bad about getting out our “Tip of the Week”. You’ve probably forgotten about us already. Well, in an effort to stay in your address book and out of your spam filter, we’d like to offer you not one tip, but several! And all in one day! Please join us at ArchEx, [...]
Sharing the love today… Sharing the news…. ”Shakin’ it like a Polaroid Picture” will come back in style in 2014, baby! And I know this because it was announced at CES this week. Good ol’ CES… Don’t we love Technology and Photography Day!? and especially new technology announcements… Bring on the excitement! SocialMatic has [...]
Like so many things online, I’m going to re-aggregate. Which sounds like regurgitate… As architectural photographers we like to joke that we photograph a perfect world. At least that’s what we routinely try to do for our clients. But that “perfection” usually comes about after we’ve moved furniture, blended exposures, added lighting and retouched lots [...]