Commercial Architecture & Retouching With Tony Roslund

The most comprehensive architecture photography tutorial ever created. This one has it all! Everything from pre-production, scouting, and meeting with a client for the first time, to gear selection, composition, and lighting, to post-production with Barry Mackenzie, pricing, and marketing. Follow along as we move through a new Microsoft building designed by HOK, showing the processes and solutions to common challenges faced by today’s architectural photographer.



Product Photography & Retouching With Tony Roslund

When creating the curriculum for this tutorial we broke the content down into 4 sections that best represent the types of product photography across various industries. In the end we built a 20+ hour tutorial around Catalog Photography, Editorial Photography, Small Business (B2B), and Commercial Photography. Throughout 11 photo shoots across all 4 topics we explore the challenges each face and best practices for running your business.


Our workshops cover composition and lighting techniques including the use of modifiers, polarization, and common grip tools. Students will receive guidance on pricing, marketing, and communicating with clients. Students participate in live shoots at a variety of commercial and/or residential properties, with additional opportunities to observe a twilight exterior shoot (weather permitting). We identify and teach the key elements that define success in architecture photography, providing attendees with a foundation to successfully advance into the genre of architecture.




With weekly uploads, Tony shares tips and tricks, gear hacks, product reviews, DIY projects, and answer questions from viewers on a wide range of genres and topics. Subscribe to keep up with the latest releases and dive into the many existing videos that live on the channel. 


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