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Better photography for architects – take better pictures

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Photography training for Architects

Taking better photographs of your work
– a practical guide by Keith Cooper

Photography and networking event in Leicester on the 1st February 2016 via the Leicester and Rutland Society of Architects (LRSA) and RIBA East Midlands.

This is part of our Photography training service for architects and their practices

Photography for Architects

As architects, do you find it difficult to photograph your own work? Do you appreciate how best to use photography to promote your work and practice through your own great looking photos?

What is it that your photos say about your practice?

Keith will be looking at both the practical issues in capturing photos, and some of the preparation and planning that can really help before you even get the camera out.

Expect tips and guidance that are relevant at whatever level of expertise or equipment you possess.

Once you’ve taken the photos, some basic processing can make all the difference in how they present your work on a web site.

Keith will be looking at simple image processing idea that can transform the quality of your images, whilst remaining true to the location you are photographing. Tall buildings do not need to look as if they are falling over backwards.

The event will also incorporate a networking element, and Keith will be happy to answer specific technical queries about equipment choices.  By all means bring a camera if you have some specific questions, although it’s not required at all.

Please note: This is a past event, however we do offer this talk as an in-house course – the basics of good architectural photography.

Keith Cooper is a professional architectural photographer and lecturer.

As well as offering architectural photography services, he also runs Northlight Images’ bespoke photographic training courses, aimed at clients wanting to improve their own photography.