updating – February 2017
Image shot for interior design company appeared in magazine. Unless a client is willing to pay for an assistance and there is time allowed to do the photographs most of the interior photography I have done is with available light. It’s tricky when there are a lot of shadow areas as they tend to go a bit muddy/noisy on digital. All the shots are taken using a tripod and long exposures of several seconds. Have to be aware of people and traffic as vibrations can ruin the image. I’d work tethered to a laptop is if there was time. It’s easier to see the finer details in the image and move things around like chairs and ornaments.
(There is no credit for the photographer!).