Architecture Photography Unfolded: Los Angeles 2017

Saturday, 4 February 2017 9:00 AM - Sunday, 5 February 2017 6:00 PM PST

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Saturday, 4 February 2017 9:00 AM - Sunday, 5 February 2017 6:00 PM PST

Join Angie McMonigal and Michael Muraz in the streets of Los Angeles for an architecture photography workshop on February 4-5, 2017. 

If you have always wanted to shoot the amazing architecture of Los Angeles, or if you just want to escape the winter, this workshop is for you! You'll spend two days shooting some of the best architecture in the world and learning how to capture stunning architectural abstracts and cityscapes.

BONUS: Sign up today and get a free copy of Angie's book Daring to See More.

Walt Disney Concert Hall

The Broad

We have a great weekend planned for you: 

Saturday morning begins with a presentation highlighting our vision for architecture photography so you can begin to see your subjects in a new way. We'll share our process, from choosing locations to our approach once on location, how to best utilize compositional tools for architectural subjects, working in series and how to stay inspired. 

We’ll then head out to photograph architecture around Downtown Los Angeles for the rest of the weekend. From details of architectural masterpieces to stunning city views, warm morning light to blue hour, you'll get to shoot it all. We’ll be there sharing what and how we're shooting to guide you through each location so you can capture your own beautiful images. 


Here are some of the locations that we will be shooting during the workshop:

  • The Broad
  • The Walt Disney Concert Hall
  • The Ramón C. Cortines School
  • The Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels
  • LAPD Headquarters
  • Bradbury Building
  • LA Times Building
  • LA Public Library

There will a lot more to shoot, more info will be sent to the attendees closer to the workshop.


A couple of weeks after the workshop, we’ll meet up for a video call so you can each share some of your favorite images created during our time together. We'll take that opportunity to give some feedback on your images and offer post-processing tips.  


Walt Disney Concert Hall


The workshop will run from 9am to 6pm on Saturday, February 4 and from 8am to 6pm on Sunday, February 5.

We will be sending additional information and a detailed schedule to attendees closer to the workshop.


We have obtained a discount on rooms at the Standard Downtown LA for the weekend of the workshop. Use the code AMP when booking, or use this link to book a room.

*Saturday morning’s presentation will take place at this hotel. 

Social evening

If you're in town on Friday evening (February 3), we'd love it if you could join us for drinks at The Rooftop at The Standard. It'll be a great opportunity to get to know each other and the view is beautiful….be sure to bring your camera, just in case ;)

More images

Here are some images of the places that you'll be shooting during the workshop.

The Ramón C. Cortines School

LAPD Headquarters

LA Public Library


Michael Muraz

Michael Muraz is an award-winning architecture photographer from Toronto. His work includes cityscapes, fine art architecture and commercial architecture. When he's photographing commercial interiors and exteriors for his clients, he loves to travel the world to photograph fine art cityscapes and architecture.
Angie McMonigal is a Chicago-based Fine Art and Commercial Architecture Photographer. Having grown up in a small town, she approaches the urban environment with the spirit of someone who grew up surrounded by nature, finding moments of meditative calm in terrain that is always transforming. Focusing more frequently on bold architectural details rather than sweeping cityscapes, her photographs celebrate those unexpectedly iconic elements hiding in plain sight.

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