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Architectural Photography Workshop in New York City

I am an educator in the architectural photography space and teach my processes to photographers all over the world. Back in April, I hosted an architectural photography workshop with my good friend, Brian Berkowitz in New York City. Brooklyn, to be specific.

The workshop was a two-day event – one for commercial architecture and the second for residential. We hosted and taught 10 photographers who traveled to learn our processes and approach to architectural photography and we all walked away with new lessons and some amazing images.

In this post, I wanted to share some of the images I made, as well as some behind-the-scenes photos from our workshops. Of course, I didn’t have a lot of time to make too many of my own images because the majority of my time was spent helping the attendees make their own powerful images, but here are a few I enjoyed.

If you are interested in attending a workshop in the future to learn my processes – or attending a 1×1, please reach out!

Men working in an common space in a New York office. Commercial Architectural Photographer.
Commercial architectural photographer showing the view from a terrace overlooking Brooklyn
Architectural photographer captures man overlooking downtown Brooklyn from a commercial high rise
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Man working in the kitchen in a New York City apartment
Woman reads a book on the sofa in her den in her apartment
Interior photography of a man lounging in his New York City den
Architectural photographer captures a common space with the statue of liberty in the background
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