In this course I cover all the tricks and tips to take photos and retouch photos for interior design. It can be quite tricky to take nice photos when it comes to interior design, so I have put together a step-by-step course for beginners and advanced photographers. This course covers 8 years of experience as an interior designer photographer and I took photos of over 200 hotels in Paris.
We will go over the basics of shooting interior design, how to shoot small spaces, basics on retouching interior design, basics on retouching details in a photo, how to erase elements in a photo, making a high key effect on a white room and how to retouch the front of a hotel.
Live video: I cover some of the basics of shooting interior design. Part 1
Live video: I cover some of the basics of shooting interior design. Part 2
Live video: I cover some of the basics of shooting interior design. Part 3
Live video: I cover some of the basics of shooting interior design. Part 4
Live video: Shooting details
How to shoot small rooms and small spaces part 1
How to shoot small rooms and small spaces part 2
Basics on interior design retouching.
How to copy and past a retouch from one photo to another
How to erase elements in a photo
Some more tricks on copy and pasting retouching effects
Making a high key effect on a white room
Retouching and enhancing details
Retouching a small room photo
Retouching the famous Hotel Seven in Paris
Retouching a restaurant in Paris Part 1
Retouching a restaurant in Paris part 2
Retouching the front hotel
Serge Ramelli is one of the most popular on line teachers on Lightroom and Photoshop. He is the second best author on Tuto (the biggest e-learning platform in France) and hosts one of the most popular podcast on Lightroom with over 150 000 subscribers all over the world.
Serge is known for teaching in a very easy way with lot's of beautiful photos. He has been a professional landscape and interior design photographer for over 9 years and has worked for big brands including Samsung, Nike and National Geographics.