An introduction to architectural photography on mobile devices such as the iPhone and Android.
When: 6:00 PM FRIDAY, APRIL 10 – 3:30 PM SATURDAY, APRIL 11
Where: Center for Architecture
536 LaGuardia Place
New York, NY
Friday, April 10, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Saturday, April 11, 10:00 AM – 3:30 PM
Mobile devices have revolutionized the way we see and interact with the world. While architectural photography has traditionally been perceived as a highly technical practice requiring specialized knowledge and equipment, this is increasingly no longer the case. Anyone who carries a smart phone has the ability to produce stunning architectural images. The key to this, however, is both technique and vision.
This two part weekend seminar provides an introduction to architectural photography on mobile devices such as the iPhone and Android. Technique and vision will be developed through lessons at the Center, a guided hands-on photo-walk, and final critique.
Friday’s lecture will discuss the essentials of mobile photography, including many insider tips for addressing the specific problems and challenges that come up when shooting architecture.
Saturday morning you will go on a photo walk with the instructor to apply what you have learned with hands on assistance. In the afternoon, you will return to the Center for tutorials on post-processing techniques and a final image critique.
This class is open to the general public – no previous photographic experience necessary. Students should supply their own phone with camera.