So this has been a terrific opportunity to see how I collaborate with my retoucher. I think you've seen her use the files that we shot together and some of the techniques that we employ here at the retouching house. Wrapping up what we've covered today, we've had an opportunity to see how I think about doing a shoot, the walkthrough, the scouting, making the homeowner and the client feel comfortable with me and my crew, and then some technique and theory. Then we produced some shots together. I think each one taught a different lesson about that and then brought it home full circle with how we work with the retoucher and produce final images. I'd love for you to look at my work further. You can see it at Scott at scottfrances.com. If you're interested in seeing more of the retoucher's work, their website is housetribeca.com. And thank you so much, this has been a great experience, and I hope it's been useful for you also.
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.