Atlanta - Mastering Architectural and Urban Photography 2-Day Workshop

Learn to create stunning images in urban environments while mastering extended dynamic range imaging methods

ATLANTA, GA    June 26 & 27, 2014




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You understand and appreciate the buttons, dials and menus on your camera. You know the fundamentals of photography. Now it’s time to take the next step and create some great images.

If you are a graduate of the Nikonians Academy workshops on Mastering Your Camera or are an accomplished photographer in your own right, then learning about photographing the urban environment will do wonders for improving your overall photography.

During this two-day workshop with Rick Hulbert, you will learn how to photograph 3-dimensional space…both outdoors and indoors. Rick’s thorough knowledge of architecture and photography will help you learn how to emphasize the appearance of depth in your images while also helping you dramatically improve your travel photography. The techniques and methods you learn in this workshop directly translate to landscape photography or portraiture that include buildings and structures in cities, towns, and rural environments.

Extended Dynamic Range Imaging (EDR and HDR)

Anyone who has worked with architectural photography before knows that when photographing daytime interiors or exteriors on bright sunny days, it is important to consider capturing a very wide dynamic range of light. Often, a single photo will contain numerous elements that exceed the capability of your sensor to register the highlights and the shadows.

The difference in brightness between the highlights and shadows is referred to the dynamic range of light and extending this range in your imaging is a critical aspect for creating stunning photographs. We will show you how to maximize the dynamic range of today’s modern sensors while giving you an excellent understanding of High Dynamic Range (HDR) imaging across multiple exposures. Also, you will see how a greater understanding of Extended Dynamic Range (EDR) imaging can make your single-image captures sing!


There is no requirement for fancy equipment at this workshop. Ideally, you’ll have a dSLR or camera that allows you to vary the exposure, but any and every brand of camera will work. We strongly encourage participants with Nikon, Canon, Fuji, Olympus, Pentax, Sony, Leica, and any other camera brands to attend. The principles taught will also apply to point and shoot cameras, mirrorless cameras and even camera phones.

This two-day workshop includes:

  • Daily lectures
  • Hands-on field photography
  • Constructive image evaluations from selected attendee photos



Although you may take this workshop on its own, it is designed to be taken in conjunction with Rick Hulbert’s Mastering Photographic Composition 2-Day Workshop. If you sign up for both workshops, then we will give you a rebate of $155.00. This brings the total price for all four days down from $1,050.00 to $895.00.

To learn more and register click here.