Getting Started in Architectural Photography - with Jeffrey Totaro

author This Week in PHOTO   5 мес. назад

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In this episode architectural photographer Jeffrey Totaro joins for a deep-dive into the inner workings of the meticulous world of professionally photographing commercial buildings. We also discuss the differences between this kind of photography and residential real estate photography.

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