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Jim Doyle

Architecture

Jim Doyle

Architecture

Jim Doyle has been a commercial photographer for over 30 years. The first years of his career were spent in the wedding and portrait business. He left the industry for a bit, and in 2000 he came back with a focus on architectural photography. In 2001 Applied Photography was formed to supply high-quality photography which differentiates the client from the competition at a reasonable price.

Today, Jim owns and operates a successful Architectural Photography Company. Their clients include major production & custom home builders, commercial builders, architects, and interior designers. The award-winning images that Jim and his team create help their clients “differentiate themselves from the competition.”

Jim Doyle has been a commercial photographer for over 30 years. Today, Jim owns and operates a successful Architectural Photography Company. Their clients include major production & custom home builders, commercial builders, architects, and interior designers. The award-winning images that Jim and his team create help their clients “differentiate themselves from the competition.”

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The theory behind lighting spaces

Indoors

Discover how to create impressive images for the ever-growing genre of architectural photography. Jim will be covering how to find the best composition, select the ideal equipment, when to add/subtract light, and making the light look natural to the scene.

Applying the theory of lighting to architecture

Outdoors

Apply the theory of lighting spaces (covered in Jim’s Morning Session) and learn his favorite software and post-processing techniques.

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Morning Session

The theory behind lighting spaces

Indoors

Discover how to create impressive images for the ever-growing genre of architectural photography. Jim will be covering how to find the best composition, select the ideal equipment, when to add/subtract light, and making the light look natural to the scene.

Afternoon Session

Applying the theory of lighting to architecture

Outdoors

Apply the theory of lighting spaces (covered in Jim’s Morning Session) and learn his favorite software and post-processing techniques.

Sample of work

Sample of work