Learning Lessons: Architectural Photography for the Rest of Us. April 19, 6:30 pm.

Most presentations on architectural photography come from a commercial photographer’s point of view.  But what if you don’t have a paying client, fancy equipment, an art director or a lighting specialist, and instead just enjoy taking photographs of buildings and other structures?  This program will present a more practical approach for “the rest of us” who just enjoy photographing interiors and exteriors of some of the amazing (and not so amazing!) structures that we encounter at home or while traveling, using the most basic photography equipment that everyone already has in their bag.

Architectural photography is as old as photography itself and is a great genre of photography for photographers of all levels of expertise, including beginners.  Join Jeff Milsteen for insights on how he approaches architectural subjects, from grand structures to humble shacks, and takes photographs of one of his favorite subjects.

To View Recording of PresentationLearning Lesson: Architectural Photography

Topic:  Learning Lessons: Architectural Photography
Where: Zoom Meeting
When: Tuesday, April 19, 2022, 6:30pm-7:45pm
Speaker:  Jeff Milsteen

Link to meeting will be distributed via the newsletter.

About Our Instructor, Jeff Milsteen

Jeff Milsteen

Jeff Milsteen has been an avid photographer for over 30 years. He is a past president of the Southeastern Photographic Society and was that group’s Photographer of the Year for four years in a row. His work was highlighted in a solo exhibition at the Callanwolde Fine Arts Center entitled “Shuttered: The Art of Abandoned Places” and his photography has been featured in numerous publications and exhibits. Jeff is also a frequent speaker and judge at
photographic clubs in the metro Atlanta area.