I'm Scott Frances. I'm an architectural photographer, I'm based in New York. We're here in Brooklyn today, we're going to be shooting the home of a great client and great architect. We're gonna talk about technique, we're going to talk about my approach to styling, my approach to working with light, and my approach to trying to capture 3-dimensional space and how to experience a shot from a viewer's point of view so that your viewer can immerse themselves in the experience of a room and they'll be more in touch with their photography and they'll linger more on it and they'll explore it more and you'll have a better photograph and a better reaction. So, today we're going to be shooting in this one space and it's a little bit complicated technique-wise because it's got a giant window, and it presents a very high-contrast situation. We're gonna do three shots today. One's gonna be an overall to tell the full story of the room, one's gonna be a shot about a little bit of the room and the v...
iew because the view is the story in this room, and another shot's gonna talk about seeing from one room into a small den on the side. This is obviously a space with an incredible collection of objects, many of them were designed by the architect homeowner. We're gonna see how even as beautifully composed and arranged as he has it, we're gonna have to move furniture in order to create the experience we want where you'll be able to enter the shot and walkthrough it and get to the back and create great depth in the photograph.
With interior architecture photography- your goal should be to make your viewer feel like they are IN the image. In this unique course, Architecture and Fine Art Photographer Scott Frances walks through the theory and technique to capturing interior photos that make your clients home or business look authentic and real. By using only available light, Scott walks through how camera placement and light shaping can be done to draw your viewer into the image. He'll discuss how to shoot with post production in mind by using bracketing and detail shots. Scott's retoucher then joins to quickly show how having a clear and concise workflow to piece together your natural light images can help in delivering a set of photos to your client that tells the story of not only their space, but also your client.