With his signature style, Morgan creates art out of space using carefully coordinated compositions and lighting. The rich and illustrative look in his architecture photos comes from meticulously combining a multitude of separately lit images into one perfect shot.
No matter what, he’s willing to take on the challenge; such as turning night into day, winter into summer and dull into exciting. And when it comes to bringing out a space’s true personality and details, there’s no one better. Throughout his lengthy career, Morgan has photographed hundreds of interiors and exteriors for a host of clients—and has loved every minute of it. Photography has exposed Morgan to beautiful places and creative people, but he still considers the best part of any assignment to be that final “Wow!” from a client.
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First, determine where the student wants to go with their photography. Second, find out the depth of the students knowledge and ability to fulfill that final goal. Third, provide real world practical, technical, and workflow knowledge to help the student achieve a comfortable confidence with their final product.
Use of various professional photographers websites as a teaching aid during class time helps the students understand and illustrate business, creative and technical aspects of any category of photography. Therefore, the ability of each student and the instructor to have access to the internet during class is a vital element in up to the minute instruction in this digital world.
Frequent critiques and discussion of student work is a vital tool the students must embrace in order to fully appreciate their own work and the work of others.
- 35 years in the commercial photography business
- Associate Director for the Photography Program at CDIA/Boson University Washington, DC campus (4 years)