2-Day Digital Architectural Photography

This is a 2-Day Workshop on professional approaches to digital architectural photography using DSLR systems, as well as managing the captured files for digital output.

Instructor: Eduardo Angel

2-day Workshop

Dates: Saturday February 23rd and Sunday February 24th.

Using the right equipment, selecting unique perspectives, and properly handling exposure and color temperature, an ordinary building can be transformed into a monumental sculpture. Key to great architectural photography is understanding image distortion, finding the optimal time and angles to capture a building, and utilizing the best digital tools available.

With recent developments in digital imaging—cameras, lenses, lights, and post-production software— photographers are now able to separately expose for shadows, midtones, and highlights, combine exposures into a single image, make adjustments to a RAW file and print directly from it, create custom camera profiles, and fine-tune color to a degree that was never before possible. This course covers a host of topics, from strobes and lenses to settings for interior and exterior photography, and demystifies digital techniques like tethered shooting, HDR, output sharpening, masking, and stitching.

Features & Info

Getting There

The School at ICP is located diagonally opposite the Museum, on the southeast corner of Avenue of the Americas and West 43rd Street. 1114 Avenue of the Americas (at 43rd Street), New York, NY, 10036

Getting there by Subway

B, D, F, M, or 7 to 42nd Street/Bryant Park; 1, 2, 3, N, Q, R, or S to Times Square; A, C, or E to 42nd Street/Port Authority.

Getting there by Bus

M5, M6, M7 to 42nd Street at Avenue of the Americas.

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