Randări iscusite is a workshop where you will learn how light and the camera work, techniques and approaches in architectural photography and how to apply photographic principles to highlight your 3D renderings.
Ovidiu Micșa, architect and photographer, will introduce you to the fundamental elements of photography, from how light and the camera work, to the mechanism of mental representation of architecture through images.
Alex Meseșan, 3D generalist and 3ds Max trainer, will introduce you to different rendering styles and will demonstrate through practical exercises how to set the 3D camera applying the principles explained by Ovidiu. It will show you how these settings make a difference in the final image.
Attend the workshop to find out the difference between rendered cameras and how you can improve your final image. Learn how to make effective camera settings based on the composition of the camera, the lenses used, and the type of light.
This workshop is for you if: you are an architect or interior designer, student / master student in architecture or interior design.
You will understand how cameras, lenses, and light work
Learn how to apply photographic principles to your 3D renderings
◇ You are familiar with different approaches to architectural photography
◇ You will receive tips and tricks to improve your 3D images
◇ See the difference in camera rendering
◇ You will take part in live question and answer sessions with experts in the field.
Saturday 26.02 - between 15:00 and 20:00
Sunday 27.02 - between 14:00 and 19:00
Early bird worth 220 RON, available until February 14.
Presale worth 320 RON, available from February 15 to 25.
For more details and registration: bit.ly/31ysuL1.
❗ This event complies with COVID-19 regulations. To participate, please present a valid Covid certificate.
What does the COVID certificate prove?
• completion of the complete vaccination schedule (at least 10 days)
• negative result of an RT-PCR test (not older than 72 hours)
• negative result of a rapid antigen test (not older than 48 hours)
• passing through the disease (valid between the 15th and 180th day after confirmation of infection)