I have been working as an architectural and interior photographer for the last 10 years, more regularly since I moved to Los Angeles in 2015.
I have collaborated with interior designers, architects, and contractors. I also shoot real estate and apartment rentals regularly.
Among my clients, you can find Airbnb, Houzz, and Netlfix.
Take a look at my work here :
I'd like to teach you several concepts to become a better photographer. From composition to choosing the right equipment and lenses. How to use the light either artificial or natural for your own benefit.
I have a wide cultural background and speak English and Spanish fluently.
Every day is different and each project has a different nature, therefore I need to be flexible and adapt at all times. This makes my work more interesting.
Roberto is a great teacher. He explains everything very good and made sure I was comfortable with the material before he continue to new stuff. I would take another class from him!
I took the basic photography class with Roberto last year and I still use many of the skills he taught me. He made learning fun and easy for me being a newbie. I highly recommend taking his class.
He is a very thorough teacher. It was easy to understand the skills, and would take ample time for me to catch up to the lesson.
I like to understand my student's needs and goals. I normally start with knowing the student photography level both with the camera and editing in photoshop.
Depending the area of interest I can adapt the class to different needs.
I have graduated in Communications with a specialization in cinema by the Basque Country University, Spain.
I have taken many photography courses in digital, photoshop, black, and white, magnum street photography, architecture.
Since the covid-19 pandemic started I have been teaching some basic photography classes to different groups in California via Zoom.
All sorts and levels. I prefer to teach beginner students.
Choose a specific field in photography. Most of the requests I see people are looking to learn in a bunch of different categories: portraits, action, nature, b/w. My advice is to specialize in something in particular. If you like fashion do fashion. If you like sports just do sports. If you love nature, just learn how to photograph nature.
Photography takes years of practice so the more you specialize in something the better.
Like this, you can concentrate on one thing making your time and my time more efficient.
There could be a free orientation class before starting the lessons.