Join Justin Reznick for an in-depth discussion in this video Explore the staircase from the photographer's view, part of Architectural Photography: A Fine Art Approach.
- Wow, that's incredible.…Alright, lets start taking a look on how this…looks through the camera.…Being able to take the LCD…and pocket out and see it…and angle it is so crucial…when you are holding the camera in awkward angles.…
Alright, what we need to do now…is really explore, discover which floor…is going to be the strongest.…Lets start downstairs.…Alright, if I go any further, I have got a piece of art…in the way and I am here to photograph the stairs.…So we are going to be respectful.…This is as far as I can go…and its a fantastic view.…Wow.…
Alright, I'm absolutely loving this location…but I have got to continue to explore…and see what else I have.…I know I am definitely coming back there.…This one is not as strong,…there is not as many levels.…What is great about the staircase is depth.…We need more layers.…I like it but lets move up to the top.…
Alright, we got kind of a wall sticking out…of the top of the composition…and I have got one more point at…the very top to try.…This is absolutely stunning.…Wow, this is such an incredible staircase.…
Skill Level Intermediate
Architectural Photography: Interiorswith Richard Klein58m 20s Intermediate
Architectural Photography: Exteriorswith Richard Klein28m 58s Intermediate
Insights on Architectural Photographywith Richard Klein45m 13s Appropriate for all
Introduction to Chicago City Shoot
1. Staircase at Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art
2. Flamingo Sculpture in the Chicago Federal Plaza
3. Van Buren Residential Tower in Chicago
4. Cloud Gate in Millennium Park
5. Jay Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park
6. Frank Gehry BP Bridge Walkway
7. Chicago at Night
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