建築空間攝影|與攝影師到北美館散步 Architecture & Interior Photography at Taipei Fine Arts Museum

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在近幾次攝影課程中與上課學員交流,才發現其實許多人對建築與空間攝影很有興趣。因為不管是生活中到訪咖啡館、餐廳,或是外出旅遊等,都有很多機會需要拍攝這類型主題照片。只是,建築空間冷硬的拍攝內容比較不容易掌握,少有機會深入瞭解,所以也讓拍照者失去信心或是鑽研的興趣。

其實不管是空間或是建築,都是以點、線、面這三大要素所構成,而其中最令我覺得著迷的,便是由這三個元素交織而成的幾何畫面。透過觀景窗與自己的觀察,從眼前既有的結構中擷取自己喜歡的角度。

上次回台灣,舉辦了「與攝影師到北美館散步」的手機攝影課程。在我們熟悉的場所、透過不同面向的觀察分享:如何分析點線面這些元素,如何利用這些元素交織成有趣的構圖,最後,介紹後製修圖的技巧。

以下分享幾項課程中的重點,或許也可以讓你對建築空間攝影有更多瞭解,並且增加按下快門的興趣。

In the recent photography courses, I talked with the students and found that many people are very interested in architecture and interior photography. Whether you are visiting a cafe, restaurant, or traveling, there are many occasions to take this type of theme photos. However, the content of architecture or interior is relatively challenging to grasp. There is also less chance to understand it, so it makes photography enthusiasts lose confidence or interest in research.

Whether it is interior or architecture, it is composed of three elements: point, line and surface. The fascinating thing is the geometric images that are composed of these three elements. Through the viewfinder and your observation, pick your favorite angles from the existing structure.

Last time I went back to Taiwan, I held a smartphone photography course "walking with the photographer to the Taipei Fine Arts Museum." In the familiar location, through different aspects of observation, I shared: how to Observe these three elements, how to use these elements to compose interesting images, and how to edit interior photos with photography apps.

The following highlights of the course may give you inspiration for architectural and interior photography and increased interest in taking photos.

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立面

在學習建築空間攝影時,有兩個角度十分重要,那便是平面與立面兩個視角。立面,就是當我們站在一面牆前,我們視線的角度與牆面呈現九十度:也就是讓我們的雙肩、臉與牆面平行。

以立面角度拍攝,可以清楚呈現出牆面上的裝飾、天花板高度所形成的空間感、人在空間中的感受度等。如果是建築外觀立面的話,可以看出建築開窗、門戶在細部設計上的巧思與比例,以及建築物比例與街景之間的關係;其實是很有趣的都市觀察。

拍攝立面角度時,最重要的就是拍攝角度必須與牆面保持九十度。如果拍攝畫面歪斜,便失去構圖的美感。另外,拍攝時的高度(拍攝器材的位置)也是重要的關鍵。一般來說,我不建議將器材放在雙眼前的位置來拍攝(不過這卻是大部分人習慣的拍攝位置),試試看其他高度與位置,會讓影像更有臨場感。

The angle, Elevation

When studying architectural or interior photography, two angles are important, that is, the Plan and the Elevation. The elevation is that when we stand in front of a wall, our angle of view and the wall remain ninety degrees (Isometric perspective). Which means, keep our shoulders, face and wall parallel.

Taking photos from the facade, you can clearly show the decoration on the wall, the sense of space created by the height of the ceiling, and the feeling of people in the space. If it is the facade of a building, you can see the ingenuity and proportion of the windows and doors and the detail design. Moreover, to understand the relationship between the building and the street view. It is an interesting urban observation.

When shooting the elevation angle, the most important thing is that the shooting angle must remain 90 degrees with the wall. If the architectural elements in the picture are skew, the sense of the composition is missed. Also, the position of the equipment (a camera or a smartphone) is also an important key. Generally, I don't recommend holding the equipment in front of the eyes when shooting (but this is the position that most people are used to). Try other heights and positions to make images more realistic.

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建築元素觀察

空間中的樓梯、門窗(大型落地窗、天窗),燈具、天花板、地板、樑柱等都是這些點、線、面的元素,在構圖時善加利用就可以捕捉迷人、有趣的畫面。同時試試看,從不同的角度來拍攝,擺脫以往的拍攝點,也可以讓影像更具魅力。

Architectural elements observation

Stairs, doors and windows (floor-to-ceiling windows, skylights) , lamps, ceilings, floors, beams and columns are all elements of a building or interior. Add the details in the composition; you can capture charming and interesting pictures. At the same time, try to shoot from different angles, get rid of the normal shooting positions, which will make images more attractive.

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光與穿透性

光在建築空間攝影中是非常重要的關鍵,不管是微弱穿透進空間裡的一道自然光,或是一道有戲劇性的投射燈光,都可以讓影像呈現出更具張力的氛圍,也可以更忠實傳達出這個空間最真實的個性。

Light and the penetrating

Light is an essential key in architectural or interior photography. Whether it is a natural light that penetrates space faintly or a dramatic spotlight, the image will be performed more excited, the authentic personality in this space.

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後製技巧

在建築空間影像的後製上,除去自己喜愛的氛圍外,我更注重完整呈現這個空間給我的第一印象,然後才透過後製加強這份氣氛。而不是一眛地套上喜歡或是慣用的濾鏡,而失去了空間原本的個性。

Editing skills

In the editing of the architecture and interior images, in addition to my favorite filter effects, I pay more attention to the first impression that this space presents. And then, I strengthen the atmosphere through editing. Instead of using a favorite filter, I would edit images in a way that represents the spirit of the space better.

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已經擬定了2019年四月初回台灣的攝影課程安排,同時也規劃兩堂建築空間攝影的實拍課程;有興趣的攝影愛好者,請點選以下連結閱讀課程大綱瞭解,預約報名。更多關於建築與室內空間的影像,請點選攝影集瀏覽:建築影像室內影像

I have drawn up photography courses for returning to Taiwan in early April 2019. I also planned two architecture and interior courses. For interested photography enthusiasts, please click on the links below to read the content and make an appointment. Feel free to click on the link to view Architecture and Interior images

 
 

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