Member Access: Architectural Photography: A practical guide to a successful photo shoot
Depicting a building, a house or an interior space is an art on its own. A craft that combines artistic talent with the technical aspects of photography surrounded by knowledge, preparation and the ability to capture images that can endure the test of time. Join Moris Moreno, professional Architectural and Interior Design photographer, who will share his insights on how to get the most out of your project photoshoots. The conversation will include the elements of the briefing process, walkthroughs, usage rights and releases, weather and sun location, styling and post-production. Understanding the client’s needs and detailed planning are essential to every great architectural image. Learn how a successful photoshoot is a team effort between the clients, the thirds parties and the photographer.
4:30-5pm Happy Hour & Networking
Questions? Contact Kimber Leblicq, Managing Director
Registration Closes: Tuesday, July 31, 2018.
- Identify the essential elements of a successful photshoot.
- Understand the client’s needs and the detailed planning process for a successful photoshoot.
- Explore the briefing process, walkthroughs, usage rights and releases, weather and sun location, styling and post-production.
- Provide an overview of the collaborative process between the clients, the third parties and the photographer.
Moris Moreno | Moris Moreno Photography
With great love and appreciation for architecture and the art of design, for the last 15 years Moris has been fortunate to live and work in many diverse environments. As a bilingual, bi-coastal architectural and hospitality photographer, he maintains studios in both Miami and Seattle. With a background in art direction and business, Moris interprets his clients’ visions. He sees professional photographs as an essential part of building and marketing their brand. This has been the case shooting for clients like DLR Group, HOK Architect, Marriott and Luxe Magazine. Moris lives to capture the fine details of craftsmanship in relation to space and the changing effects of light in a room. His images are thoughtfully composed, meticulously styled, expertly lit and masterfully post produced.
All speakers subject to change.