San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The dynamic 5-day workshop combines the history of architectural depiction and composition with an accessible approach to the technical demands of photographing architecture, landscape, and interiors. The workshop is suitable for students of all ability levels and backgrounds --from professional architects and real estate professionals, to travelers for whom architecture and design is a passion. The workshop covers the photography of individual buildings, streetscapes, landscapes, interiors, and night photography, and includes instruction in photographic techniques, composition and post-production.
The class is limited to 15 students.
For those seeking accommodations, there are rooms in the new Academic Village. See www.seasideacademicvillage.com. We are offering special housing rates for this class.
Internationally recognized photographer Steven Brooke has been photographing architecture and design for over 35 years. He has photographed 40 books on architecture and design, including nine that he has written. He has been Seaside’s Photographer of Record since its inception. His numerous awards and honors include the AIA National Honor Award, the highest honor award in the field, and the Rome Prize awarded by the American Academy in Rome. Steven is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Miami School of Architecture. His work may be seen at www.stevenbrooke.com.
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The Seaside Institute
The Seaside Institute is dedicated to the following purposes:
- Documenting the founding and development of the community of Seaside, which is widely considered the birthplace of land use planning philosophy known as the New Urbanism.
- Educating public officials, students, professionals and the general public about the benefits and techniques of New Urbanism, including the study of historical precedents.
- Fostering education, cultural activities and the arts within Seaside and the surrounding area.
The Seaside Institute brings together the best thinkers and practitioners in the field of New Urbanism to discuss and debate at the highest level. Like-minded organizations are linked together so that they can learn from one another. The necessary tools to improve the way communities are formed and developed are then shared with the Institute’s partners through collaboration.