In a year where the internet has taken over the world, architecture photographers have always found it difficult to maintain a steady online presence.
Now, with the rise of mobile phones, the digital landscape has changed, with some designers looking to teach their work to their audiences on the go.
This year, a group of designers from around the world are taking a step towards creating a digital curriculum, with plans to offer an online architecture photography course, which will be taught in-person for an online audience.
The aim is to give students the skills to make the most of their smartphones and tablets, and it’s not the first time architecture photographers are exploring the digital world.
In 2015, architects from London, Barcelona, Berlin and Singapore teamed up to create a course on building with Instagram, which offered the participants a chance to teach each other the techniques and principles of architecture photography.
This led to a digital workshop which was shared online by the architects in the summer of 2018, and was subsequently shared by a group from the US.
The idea of the 2017 course, known as Architecture Photography 101, is to replicate the format and format of a traditional class on the internet, but with an emphasis on digital techniques.
The courses will be offered in three stages.
First, participants will be given a short overview of digital photography techniques and how to use them, followed by a 30-minute guided session.
Then, they will be guided through a practical tutorial, with a video and a hand-drawn book of their own.
The course will then continue in a more traditional format, with students taking a class on digital film, lighting, colour and composition.
Finally, participants are invited to create their own course and upload it online.
This process will continue for a further three months.
The new online course, called Architecture Photography 102, will take place in April 2019.
The project has been created by a collective of architecture photographers from around Europe and the US, and will be run by the Berlin-based architectural photography group the Art and Architecture Institute.
The aim is that participants will learn the fundamentals of the photography format and techniques.
They will also receive a free digital camera, along with a digital certificate and an invitation to attend an architecture photography workshop.
The project has a number of members, including architects, students, and designers from across Europe, as well as the US and Japan.
The group has created a website, which invites interested participants to sign up, and is now looking for participants from around Germany, the UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Australia.
The architects behind the project are also planning to launch a social media campaign to encourage more people to participate.
The group is a collaboration between the Berlin and Berlin-born architects Thomas Hirschmann and Hans Reichert.
The website and the Facebook group are still in their infancy, but it is expected that the course will be available to participants from the beginning of the year.