3 Part Series (AM) – Picture This: Trends & Tips for Interior Photography

3 Part Series (AM) – Picture This: Trends & Tips for Interior Photography
Event on 2013-04-24 10:00:00

Workspace at SFDC and the photographer David Duncan Livingston co-sponsor a three part series Picture This: Trends and Tips for Interior Photography The three two hour presentations will be a feast for eyes, fast paced with the takeaway of solid insights to promote your design practice. The three sessions are on April 24th, May 15th and June 5th.

Session 1: Interiors PR: Pitcuing to Bloggers and Magazines  

April 24th 10am-12pm

Know the titles, know your look, know the needs; highly published photographer David Duncan Livingston will demystify the magazine and blogger worlds to help you get exposure for your firm. Some of the topics covered will be branding, positioning, placement, long tail seo, magazine format websites, white papers and shareable media content. An idea packed two hour workshop for designers and archit

Session 2: Photo Styling Trends Interiors/Shelter Magazines

May 15th 10am -12pm

 Seasoned interior photographer David Duncan Livingston, will breakdown what is being shown in magazines today. Takeaway how to be current in your photo styling and marketing efforts. Learn tricks of the trade to make your photos feel engaging and quietly sophisticated. A visual feast of inspiration in a quick two hour session.

Session 3: Pro Tips: Producing a Photo Shoot for Magazines and your website

June 5th 10am -12pm

Creating a great design is one thing photographing it is another. This two hour workshop will provide a framework for shooting your next project. David Duncan Livingston will give you an understanding how to get the look and feel of the photos you want. Livingston will share tricks of the trade to make photos feel natural and inviting. Be better prepared on shoot day and get the photos that can be used in traditional and new media.

at Workspace @ SFDC
101 Henry Adams Street
San Francisco, United States

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