Feb 21-25, 2017 9:30am – 5:30pm
Explore the art and craft of architecture and interiors photography in the digital realm with photographer Jeffrey Totaro. The traditional means of shooting architecture with film and a view camera have evolved into digital capture. Explore the new methods of problem solving that digital allows. Is lighting still necessary? What’s a good digital workflow? What Photoshop techniques are useful to architectural photographers? In addition to these new techniques, we will cover the essence of architectural photography in regard to composition, working on location, time of day, and lens choices. In this five day workshop we will spend most of our time out shooting on various locations near the workshop, in addition to lectures, demonstrations of various topics and techniques and critiques of work produced on location. Bring samples of your work for review.
JEFFREY TOTARO began his career as an architect and structural engineer. Having a life-long interest in building design and construction it only seemed natural to pursue a career in architecture and engineering. During his education and professional work, he was developing a strong interest in photographing architecture and interiors. Since making the transition from architecture to photography, he has developed an extensive client list of award winning architecture and design firms. Jeffrey’s work has been featured in magazines such Architectural Record and Interior Design in addition to several books. He now works exclusively with digital cameras.
Jeffrey’s website: http://www.jeffreytotaro.com/