The full download, available at fstoppers. Learn more at: How to Photograph Luxury Homes and Advanced Photoshop Techniques Mike Kelley and Fstoppers have teamed up again to share even more photography tips and techniques for photographing high end real estate for architects, interior designers, and luxury home builders. A couple of years and countless injuries later, Mike found himself taking up an offer to photograph a few homes for a realtor friend just as a fun weekend gig. So no matter if you are an experienced photographer or have never taken your camera out of auto mode, Mike will teach you the most basic steps to get started as well as walk you through some of his most complicated photo edits. Mike is known for his light-painting method of photography, where he uses both natural and artificial light to artistically capture indoor and outdoor spaces.
Mike strives to create fun, laid-back environments when shooting, whether it be a small house or a downtown skyscraper overlooking the ocean. Emphasis will be placed on meeting your clients needs and lighting images according to the use of the space. From simple on-camera Real Estate photographs, to twilight exteriors with 20 layers of Photoshop, this tutorial will help you get on the fast track to making your photos of homes and architecture look as good as those seen in publications and commercials. Every single image is meticulously crafted with expert attention to detail. With the ground work already laid down, Mike focuses on streamlining your workflow and pushing your images into actual works of art.
What is covered: Real Estate Photography: In the Real Estate section, Mike will teach you everything you need to know about this genre so you can kick start your career and start producing images for real estate agents, listing agents, and general property management. It is only after you have seen that you can really appreciate just how impressive his work truly is. This 13 hour tutorial with 21 unique lessons follows architectural photographer Mike Kelley through 5 multi million dollar homes in Los Angeles and the Big Island of Hawaii. In this photography tutorial, Mike will explain each and every technique he uses to produce his stunning images. . A native of Ipswich Massachusetts, Mike studied Studio Art and Environmental Science at University of Vermont before venturing out to Lake Tahoe, California in hopes of becoming a professional snowboarder.
What started out by chance turned out to be the perfect mix of technicality and creativity for Mike, and he was immediately hooked with photographing architecture and interiors. About Instructor Mike Kelley Mike Kelley is an award-winning Los Angeles based photographer specializing in Architecture, Interiors, Commercial Spaces, as well as Aerial and Aviation Photography. The goal for this new educational tutorial is to teach you how you can step up your photography game, produce images that are ready for publication in high end architectural and interior magazines, and gain the attention of high paying clients in the design and architectural market. Each lesson will take you on the field as Mike works through each space for the first time, and then Mike will take you into Photoshop to show you every post processing trick he knows to combine all the images together into one spectacular ready for publication photograph. What you learn in this 8 hour workshop is what many photographers dream about…By the time you are finished with this workshop, you will feel as if you have the tools you need to complete any job in this niche of photography. The full photography tutorial is broken down into three chapters, each covering the tools necessary to succeed in the different niche markets within the field of interior photography.
Mike Kelley's Where Art Meets Architecture 2 Fstoppers has teamed up again with architectural photographer Mike Kelley to produce a second installment of Mike's highly acclaimed educational series on real estate and interior photography. Architecture and Interior Photography: This chapter focuses on how to create photographs for higher paying clients like architects, home builders, interior designers, and magazine editorials. . . . . .
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