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Next Workshop Set for May 16-17, 2015

Shooting Architecture is excited to announce its next event: a workshop with Douglas Hill and Martin Cox to be held at architecturally significant Los Angeles houses during the weekend of May 16th & 17th, 2015. Participants will experience exclusive access to three exceptional houses during an intense weekend of photography and architectural appreciation.Watch demonstrations of camera and lighting techniques presented by experienced professional architectural photographers, then photograph the houses’ interiors and exteriors with your own cameras under the instructors’ supervision, followed by a constructive critique of the results. We’ll be announcing the locations for this upcoming workshop soon.

Cost of the workshop through April 26th, 2015 is $395 per applicant. From April 27th on the price will increase to $445. Enrollment will be limited to 12 participants. Lunch will be provided on both days. Make safe and secure payment through PayPal using whatever credit card you prefer or your PayPal account.Explore these architecturally visionary houses and discover your own vision in the process.

 

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The Oviatt Building & Cicada Restaurant Confirmed for Next Workshop

OviattBldg_8650_MCShooting Architecture is pleased to announce The Oviatt Building in downtown Los Angeles as the first confirmed location for our next workshop, scheduled for January 31st and February 1st, 2015.

The Oviatt Building was designed by the Los Angeles architectural firm of Walker & Eisen, and was completed in 1928. Its furnishings included a 12-ton illuminated glass cornice and glass arcade ceiling by architect Ferdinand Chanut and glassmaker Gaëtan Jeannin. René Lalique designed and created the molded glass elevator door panels, front and side doors, chandeliers, and a large panel clock. Many tons of ‘Napoleon’ marble and a massive, three-faced tower clock with chimes (manufactured by the pioneering electric clockmaker, Ateliers Brillié Frères ) were imported from France.

We will also have access to Cicada Restaurant is located in the huge, ornate Art Deco space on the building’s ground floor and upstairs mezzanine.

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