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Interior Photography Weekend

Interior Photography Weekend

College
Central Saint Martins
Taught by
Matt Clayton

Description


More and more people are using interiors photography to populate their social media channels, whether it’s to promote services or showcase their own work. This course shows how the difference between a snap on your phone and a professional magazine photoshoot is much is more about composition, styling, lighting and postproduction than camera equipment.

This course equips you with the basic skills to make your interior photos more professional. You will discover from an experienced interiors photographer, the top tips for a professional photoshoot shoot – from planning and preparation – to photographing and post-production. The course starts with analysis of successful photos, followed by a demonstration of techniques in action, then it's your turn to shoot and process.

At the end of this course you will learn to the tricks to take your photos to the next level, see what’s wrong with your existing interior photos and how to put it right.

Topics Covered

  • How to plan the shoot
  • Composition and dressing
  • Exposure and light modification
  • Post production

Who should take this course?

  • Architects, interior designers and stylists
  • Interiors / lifestyle bloggers
  • People commissioning photoshoots
  • Artist looking to document installation work
  • Anyone interested in photographing spaces from restaurateurs, to those letting out Air BnB rooms.

Course Outcomes

Along with a final selection shoots of interiors, you will have a clear vision of the kind of shots you want to take, and the practical knowledge of how capture those images.

Entry requirements: None

Level: Beginners

 

Please note: This course is for students aged 18 and older

 

Tutor Description


Matt Clayton is an experienced interiors and architectural photographer. He has worked for leading Architects and designers, including Squire & Partners, Jestico and Whiles and Candy & Candy. His work has appeared widely in the design press including Blue Print, Living Etc, Period Living, Grand Designs Magazine among many others.

Materials


 

Please bring on the first day:

  • Idealy a Camera and Tripod
  • However a camera phone is fine
  • An interiors magazine or similar

Available dates