Interior Design Photography
Architectural and real estate photography seldom share the same focus as interior design photography. The photographic information a home buyer expects differs greatly from that of a person shopping for an architect. And the expectations of a person shopping for an interior designer differs from that of the architect or home shopper.
Changes in photographic techniques involves more than just cropping the space differently. The "point of view" will shift from dead level at a specific height to one that draws the viewer into the subject area. Lighting direction and quality will shift to draw out textures, colors and add depth to shapes. Details within the image will require much more care to develop good design and composition.
While we will photograph the same space very differently depending upon the the client's type of business some times we should photograph unique rooms in multiple ways. These lifestyle images can be extremely powerful sales tools in each of these three markets.
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