Architecture Photography & Retouching With Tony Roslund

Architecture Photography & Retouching With Tony Roslund

17 Seasons

Go on-location with Tony Roslund to photograph multiple rooms in a beautiful, large Microsoft office space designed by HOK Architects. Learn his entire process to find angles, utilize natural light, light with strobes, and shoot building exteriors and interiors. These tips will help you market yourself as a professional photographer shooting hospitality, restaurants, workspaces, interior, exterior, colleges, retail, time lapse, and more. At the end of the tutorial, you'll be able to hold effective meetings with building architects, maximize your time on set, and pare down your gear to just the essentials that fit in one backpack. Not only that, he'll teach you how the cost sharing price model works so you can implement it in your professional photography business.

Architecture Photography & Retouching With Tony Roslund
  • Green Room-Setup

    Episode 1

    Transition to a new space with significant challenges. From color contamination, multiple unwanted reflections, a unique room shape, and spatial constraints; observe Tony and Barry devise a fresh plan with solutions to create a compelling final composition.

  • Green Room-Staging

    Episode 2

    Eliminate distractions and open up a space through rearranging and eliminating unwanted furniture. Create balance and a plan for background subjects as well as prep for handling the lighting for the room.

  • Green Room- Exposure Bracketing

    Episode 3

    Block out various unwanted sources of light and subsequent reflections on the co-working space glass. Bracket a series of exposures to build towards a clean, sharp exposure, free of reflection distortion and distractions.

  • Green Room-Lighting

    Episode 4

    Focus on strobe lighting for inside the co-working space to add definition and interest to the office furniture as well as eliminating unwanted hotspots caused by location lighting.

  • Green Room-Background Subjects

    Episode 5

    With bracketing for most of the composition complete, focus on a central story placing background subjects in the co-working space, then enhance with subjects positioned on the periphery of the frame. After background subjects are captured, bracket the final portions of the exterior that will be ...