Architectural Photography Post Production

/Architectural Photography Post Production
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Architectural Photography Post Production, from Bland to Beautiful
Presented by
Ethan Tweedie

Saturday, October 13
4:00 pm to 5:30 pm

After learning exactly how Ethan shoots in his Excursion workshop, the instruction continues in the post production studio. Through extensive frame blending and photo manipulation, Ethan walks you through every step he takes to turn a mediocre photo into an incredibly polished image ready for publication.

We will discuss shooting in RAW, processing in Lightroom, Photoshop, NIK Collection, image storage and organization, exposure histograms, color management and color calibration.

What you should know- It would be great if you attended the Excursion Class, but not necessary. A basic working knowledge of Lightroom and Photoshop would be helpful. We can share the files from the workshop so that you can work along with Ethan as he discusses his workflow.

Meet the Speaker:
Ethan is an Austin based commercial photographer, he photographs some of the World’s most compelling architectural spaces. He specializes in Architectural Photography, Interiors Photography, Hotel and Resort Photography and is a FAA licensed Aerial Photographer.

Ethan’s clients include:
Eric Cohler Design NYC, Barclay Butera Design, Willman Interiors, Four Seasons Hotels, Hilton Hotels, University of Texas at Austin, Hawaiian Airlines and Concierge Auctions

Ethan’s images have been featured in the following publications:
Architectural Digest, American-Architects, Architect Magazine, Forbes Magazine, National Geographic, Discovery, CNN Travel, Hana Hou Magazine (Hawaiian Airlines In-flight Magazine), Old Farmers Almanac, Luxury Home Magazine, Christie’s International Magazine

Ethan was voted the 2013 Photography For Real Estate (PFRE) Photographer of the Year, June 2013 Monthly PFRE Contest and the July 2012 Monthly PFRE Contest Winner. If you are interested in one on one coaching please let Ethan know.