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Architectural Photography On Location – Boston Public Library – FALL

This course introduces serious amateurs interested in commercial architectural photography to large institutional spaces. The morning session will meet in the classroom, covering necessary tools and techniques for working on location, industry standards for file processing, understanding client needs and pricing. The afternoon session will provide the class a hands-on opportunity to shoot a Mock Job together under the mentorship of the instructor at the Boston Public Library.


Prerequisite: Enrolling students must have a strong understanding of manual exposure, composition fundamentals and flash photography. While file processing will not be demonstrated in this course, the intensity level is geared towards photographers who have an established workflow in Adobe’s LR and PS.

Gear Prerequisite: DSLR or mirrorless camera, wide angle lens, tripod, flash

About the instructor: Josh Kuchinsky

Josh Kuchinsky is an established professional architectural photographer in the Greater Boston area, working with many acclaimed interior designers, architects and builders. He has been widely published in many design and homes magazines including The New York Times, Boston Globe Magazine, New England Home, Boston Magazine, Southern New England Home Mag, Design New England, Dwell and others. Josh graduated from NESOP in 2006 in editorial photography and with honors in architectural photography. On his journey, he has apprenticed with many top rated architectural photographers, has worked as the in-house photographer at SMMA, a large multidisciplinary design firm based in Cambridge, MA and worked as the head photographer at Gibson Sotheby’s Boston from 2008 – 2012. In addition, Josh holds a BA in English from West Virginia University. To see Josh’s work, go to:

November 8 - November 8

Friday 9:00AM-5:00PM



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Please note: NESOP’s evening workshops do not fall under the scope of the school’s accreditation, and so they are not accredited by ACCSC.