Jeff Leimbach

Jeff Leimbach

Jeff is a professional photographer and graphic designer. He has served as moderator for Photoshop World, Photoshop Seminar Tour for KelbyOne, and the Canon in Action Tour for Canon Live Learning. Other workshop experience includes staff instructor for Moose Peterson’s Digital Landscape Workshops and owner of The Digital Photo Workshops. He also serves as a camera product educator and tech rep.

There’s always something to photograph when you’re with Jeff Leimbach! Following up from his first class on this topic, Jeff shares even more ideas for what to shoot, new tips to help you have fun while you improve your photography, creative ways to use your camera, more places to consider photographing, and wraps up with ways to get motivated and keep shooting, even when there’s nothing to shoot.

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There’s always something to photograph when you’re with Jeff Leimbach! Following up from his first class on this topic, Jeff shares even more ideas for what to shoot, new tips to help you have fun while you improve your photography, creative ways to use your camera, more places to consider photographing, and wraps up with ways to get motivated and keep shooting, even when there’s nothing to shoot.

If you’re considering going into architectural photography, then this is the class for you! Join Jeff Leimbach as he lays out the fundamentals of his process for capturing, editing, and delivering finished files to his clients. In this class you’ll learn about the essential gear you’ll want to have with you, the key lenses to consider adding to your kit (and why), the settings and steps Jeff follows for capturing the raw images used to create the final photos, and his process for delivering those files to the client. By the end of the class you’ll have a firm grasp of the basics of commercial architectural photography and how to start applying those fundamentals to residential, real estate, and other related fields.

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If you’re considering going into architectural photography, then this is the class for you! Join Jeff Leimbach as he lays out the fundamentals of his process for capturing, editing, and delivering finished files to his clients. In this class you’ll learn about the essential gear you’ll want to have with you, the key lenses to consider adding to your kit (and why), the settings and steps Jeff follows for capturing the raw images used to create the final photos, and his process for delivering those files to the client. By the end of the class you’ll have a firm grasp of the basics of commercial architectural photography and how to start applying those fundamentals to residential, real estate, and other related fields.

If you are considering adding architectural photography to your business then this class is for you! Join Jeff Leimbach for a big picture look at what you need to know to get started as an architectural photographer. Jeff opens the class with a look at the marketing side of the business, from what types of photography fall into this category to how to go about promoting your work and charging your clients. From there you’ll head out on a shoot at a Florida resort where Jeff discusses required gear and demonstrates his process for setting up and completing his shot list. Once the shooting is done you’ll head back into the studio for a look at post production workflow and preparing files for delivery to your client. Jeff wraps up the class with some closing thoughts to help you move forward and start shooting on your own.

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If you are considering adding architectural photography to your business then this class is for you! Join Jeff Leimbach for a big picture look at what you need to know to get started as an architectural photographer. Jeff opens the class with a look at the marketing side of the business, from what types of photography fall into this category to how to go about promoting your work and charging your clients. From there you’ll head out on a shoot at a Florida resort where Jeff discusses required gear and demonstrates his process for setting up and completing his shot list. Once the shooting is done you’ll head back into the studio for a look at post production workflow and preparing files for delivery to your client. Jeff wraps up the class with some closing thoughts to help you move forward and start shooting on your own.

We’ve all had those days when you’re racking your brain for something to photograph. Join Jeff Leimbach for a class packed with inspiration for new ideas, places, and times to create photos! It’s always a good idea to have some additional photographic ideas in your back pocket for those occasions when your original plans just don’t work out. No matter where you are, the time of day, or the type of weather, there’s always something to shoot if you are creative. By the end of the class you’ll be motivated to grab your camera, get out there, and make some photo magic.

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We’ve all had those days when you’re racking your brain for something to photograph. Join Jeff Leimbach for a class packed with inspiration for new ideas, places, and times to create photos! It’s always a good idea to have some additional photographic ideas in your back pocket for those occasions when your original plans just don’t work out. No matter where you are, the time of day, or the type of weather, there’s always something to shoot if you are creative. By the end of the class you’ll be motivated to grab your camera, get out there, and make some photo magic.