Getting Started in Architectural Photography - with Jeffrey Totaro

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URBAN PHOTOGRAPHY TUTORIAL - 7 Tips For Amazing Angular Architectural Photography

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Architectural photographer behind the scenes - Vancouver BC

A video profile of a locabased architectural photographer. I shot this on the GH4 with both panasonic and canon lenses, edited/graded on premiere pro and devinci resolve.

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.

Check out the Getting Started in Real Estate Photography video here:
https://youtu.be/dhtN9vT1-0Y

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