Advanced Architectural 4-Day Workshop with Rick Hulbert & Marc Koegel

VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA    Thursday–Sunday, April 21 - 24, 2016




To learn more and register click here.


Imagine a special comprehensive & intensive 4-day workshop that goes beyond the basics of Architectural Imaging.

Now imagine being taught by both a Professional Fine Art Photographer & a Professional Architect, both of whom are also Professional Teachers of Photography.

Finally, imagine the following array of subjects covered:

  • From Exterior to Interior Architectural Photography
  • From Short Exposure to Long Exposure Architectural Photography
  • From Natural Lighting to Strobe Lighting for Architectural Photography
  • From Monochromatic to Polychromatic Architectural Photography
  • From Limited to Extended to High Dynamic Range Architectural Photography
  • From Cylindrical to Spherical Panorama Architectural Photography
  • From Techniques to the Business of Architectural Photography
  • From Pre-Visualization to Re-Visualization

Don't miss this opportunity to increase your architectural photography level dramatically!



Richard Hulbert:  Architect, AIBC, FRAIC, RCA, AIA

International Award winning and published Architect, Urban Designer, and Photographer
Lecturer, Teacher and Seminar Panel Participant on four continents
Fellow, Royal Architectural Institute of Canada
Former President of the Architectual Institute of British Columbia
Academician, Royal Canadian Academy of the Arts

Richard’s educational philosophy includes the following notions:

  • Adults learn more from story telling than from memorization
  • Learning is heightened when key principles can be related to a humorous circumstance
  • Effective learning arises when knowledge is self-discovered with directed input, as opposed to being “taught”


Marc Koegel is a Vancouver, B.C. based fine art photographer, educator, writer and director of Vancouver Photo Workshops. His black and white long exposure landscapes, nudes and architecture photographs have been widely exhibited in Vancouver as we as internationally in the US and Europe.

Born in Germany, Marc first came to Canada in 1996 to earn an Economics degree. He has been seriously involved with photography ever since he was given his father's camera and darkroom setup at the age of 12.

Marc has worked and studied with many internationally acclaimed photographers, including Joe McNally, Greg Gorman, Jay Maisel, Arthur Meyerson, Mary Ellen Mark, Ralph Gibson, David Hume Kennerly and Jon Cone from Cone Editions Press.



9AM–12:30PM:  “The Art & Science of Architectural Photographic Composition”
            “Gear including how, when and why to utilize it”
            “Long Exposure Architectural Imaging”
12:30PM - 1:30PM: Lunch on your own
2PM - 4PM: “Portfolio Review”
4:30PM–Dusk: Exterior Hands on Photography (location TBD)

Interior Hands on Photography (location TBD)
            “Interior Strobe Lighting”
            “From Monochromatic to Polychromatic Architectural Photography”
12:30PM - 1:30PM: Lunch on your own
1:30PM – 2:30PM: “From Limited to Extended to HDR Architectural Photography”
3:00PM – Dusk: Field Shoot (location TBD)
Group Dinner on your own + discussion on “The Techniques of Architectural Photography”

9AM - 1PM:
“Image Evaluation and Critique Using Software to re- visualize and post process images for Publication and Display”
1PM – 2:30PM: Lunch on your own
2:30PM – 4PM: “From Cylindrical to Spherical Panorama Architectural Photography” processing demonstration
4PM – 5PM: “The Business of Architectural Photography . . . whatdetermines success?"
Late afternoon/evening: Individual Student Architectural Photography at a location of your choice

Early AM - 9:30AM:
Individual Student Architectural Photography at location of your choice
10AM – 12:30PM: In Studio Selection and Post Processing of your 3 best images
12:30PM – 2PM:  Lunch on your own
2PM - 5PM: Student Presentation of work + Constructive evaluation of student images



To learn more and register click here.