“To photograph the internal space of a building is to photograph it’s heart”
This is true, whether it’s an office, house, warehouse, or any other internal space. As a professional architectural and construction photographer, I use my design and creativity skills on the inside as well as the outside of your buildings.
The essence of interior photography is a not to treat your room as a “space” but to treat it as you’re “subject” as you would a person or an object. The architecture, details, fixtures and fittings as well as the space and light within are essential. Perspectives and positions are the key points to photographing any interior to show it to the best of its ability. The entire room is of importance and not one specific view whether its empty or furnished.
Photographing furnished interiors often includes a certain amount of dressing upon arrival, basically it’s 10% creativity and 90% moving furniture. I’ll often spend time before the shoot starts moving furniture, placing items in better positions, and doing anything else that I feel necessary to get the perfect shot.
With my skill and knowledge, let me bring your interiors to life.