- INTRO TO PHOTOGRAPHING ARCHITECTURE & INTERIORS (3 hours) May 16th, 2018
This hands-on, practical workshop will help you learn how to create better photos of your work with the camera you have.Learn the essentials of creating compelling architectural and interior design images through composition and storytelling, visual mass and balance, tips and tricks for staging a room, controlling contrast, and getting the best color from your camera. Participants are to bring cameras and/or high quality phone cameras.
- BETTER PRODUCT PHOTOGRAPHY…WITH THE CAMERA YOU HAVE! (Full Day) June 1st, 2018
$700.00Do your photos fall short of showing the world how awesome your products actually are? Are you struggling to breathe life into your company’s product photos? Trying to improve your brand’s social media engagement? During this hands-on, one-day workshop you will learn how to create images that will make your products stand out from the noise…using the equipment you already own!
- ACHITECTURE & INTERIORS: BUILD YOUR PORTFOLIO…WITH THE CAMERA YOU HAVE! (Full Day) June 29th, 2018
$700.00Do your photos struggle to show off that amazing space you just created? Time to improve those process photos for social media? Need to improve your skills for shooting those small projects that aren’t worth hiring a photographer to shoot? Not only is architecture and interiors photography tough, but attention spans get shorter every year and the quality your audience expects in the photos you publish is increasing. During this hands-on, one-day workshop you will learn how to create images that will help make your work stand out from the noise…using the equipment you already own!
“Tyler’s workshop is both hands on and instructional. He brings deep insight to the tactical skills of photography while keeping it fun and interactive. I now know what to look for in my photos and what to ask for when hiring a photographer. I hope I get the chance to take another class from him!”
“As a creative professional photographer Tyler has such a wealth of information to impart and was able to cover it all in such a relatively short amount of time. His pleasure in presenting the information seemed to match his passion for photography. I came away from the workshop with a new set of eyes for looking at the world around and have since used his photographic insight to capture several moments (both for personal and professional use).”