Bringing your images to life– It’s in the details, and time.
Bringing an interior image to life begins with the composition, followed by carefully addressing lighting, staging and any problem areas in exposure during the editing stage. This takes a keen eye, time and discipline during the shoot and in post editing. To achieve the highest level imagery, top published Architectural and Interior photographers spend hours scouting shoot locations to plan the optimal lighting conditions and to assess options for the best compositions. Often times one image will take well over an hour to compose, stage, and to address the appropriate lighting for the scene. This is only the beginning of the time investment needed to create a stunning final image. It is not uncommon in the highest level post production workflow for a photographer to invest 10-12 hours of time to create one publish quality image. In the following example of a home shot in Snowmass Colorado for an ASID Award set, I’ll walk through establishing the composition and set-up required to achieve the look and feel that I wanted and the steps during the shoot and post editing to achieve the final image.