A weekend workshop
Architecture surrounds us every day and has become one of the many exciting genres of photography. Lecturer, Michael Edwards will demonstrate to students the specialised techniques required to photograph architecture and interiors. Students will be taken on a practical excursion where they’ll be encouraged to shoot and print images for critique.
Session 1: The theory component will cover equipment used, an introduction to lighting buildings and interiors, a look at reflections, shadows and shooting at different times of day. The comparison of the old building and modern, a look at details, the human element and buildings, and the building in it’s environment. This will be followed by a practical excursion in town.
Session 2: A look at the previous session’s work followed by a presentation on more advanced lighting situations, interesting angles, details and learning how to balance the interior with the exterior. This will be followed by a practical shoot, a critique and overview of the workshop.
The course will run for 2 consecutive days, 4 hours per day, over a weekend.
To do this course you need a DSLR camera and a tripod, with a good working knowledge of your camera.