The market for skilled real estate photographers is expanding rapidy. In this age of Airbnb and sellers bypassing agents, everyone is looking for a photographer to make their online listings look better. Business is rebounding in commercial and residential construction. Home builders, property managers, construction companies, hospitals, retirement communities, manufacturing facilities, magazines, and corporations all have a use for architectural photography. This training course is designed to cover all aspects of professional real estate photography and help you start taking jobs right away. Found here: Mastering Architecture and Real Estate Photography
This course covers the best equipment for capturing great architectural images, how to deal with mixed colored lighting, how to find your angle, and most important; how to create lighting that highlights the features of the property.
Join award-winning commercial photographer Charlie Borland as he shares his knowledge in a step-by-step approach to photographing architectural properties.
Geared to intermediate through professional photographers. You will learn how to light an interior without the scene looking lit, how to manage lighting color balance, how to make the inside balance perfectly with the outside, how to find a storytelling angle, how to deal with poor light, how to fix bad color, how to work fast to be more profitable, and a whole lot more.
For the photographer skilled at shooting quality photographs, there is plenty of business shooting homes, real estate, and commercial properties for architects, builders, developers, and real estate agents. Whoever you shoot for, it is all architecture photography in one form or another, yet each property has a unique set of challenges that dictates your photographic approach.
- Photographic lighting
- Learn how to light room interiors
- Compose a strong composition.
- You will also learn how to see light quality
- How to manage highlights and shadows
- How to choose the right lighting accessory for the scene
- Why use an umbrella over a light box and manage the color of various ambient light sources.
- The difference between real estate photography and architectural photography
- How to see light and shadow.
- The different qualities of light, color balance, and color correction.
- The best equipment and how it works.
- HDR for architecture photography
- Which light best applies to your subject.
- Lighting color management: How to mix strobe with ambient light.
- Lighting in offices, manufacturing plants, and home environments.
- The disappearing lights technique.
- How to light with strobes and how to light with flash.
- and how to use Photoshop to create photos you can’t do in a single capture
- You will learn how to shoot without supplemental light.
- How to process a basic digital file quickly.
- How to shoot for HDR.
- How to process for HDR.
- How to light a room with strobes.
- How to deal with reflections.
- How to replace lights, lamps, and windows.
- How to fix distortion.
- How to fix bad color.
- How to light a room with flash.
- How to shoot for Photoshop.
- How to use the hide-a-light technique.
- And many in-depth Photoshop techniques for beautiful architecture photography.
This course covers lighting extensively and includes several techniques. You will learn how to shoot architecture without lights, with strobes and umbrellas, also with a flash unit.
There are many ways to shoot architecture photography and the method you choose will be based on how your images will be used. Are they for a realtor, a home builder, commercial developer, or maybe an architect? Who you’re shooting for will determine how you approach the photography, and this course aims to cover many methods that can be applied to each type of client. You will learn techniques that allow you to work quickly for low budget assignments and how to create beautiful architecture photography for high end clients as well.
Charlie Borland has been a commercial and stock photographer for over 30 years. He has photographed for a wide range of clients, including Xerox, NW Airlines, Fujitsu, Tektronix, Nike, Blue Cross, and Pacificorp. His imagery has been used in National Geographic Adventure and Traveler, Outside, Newsweek, Time, Backpacker, Sunset, and Outdoor Photographer.
Course found here: Mastering Architecture and Real Estate Photography
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