A few weeks ago I posted information and a sample image about some interior architecture photography I had done for a building company in Yorkshire. I have been working on the images and I have more work to show. I have been working hard on a selection of high quality photographs, lots of post-production work has really improved the look. When I showed the clients they said and I quote “Wow”. The interior design was very impressive, this always is going to help createa set of beauitful images.
For each shot I used a tripod, no external lighting was used. I bracketed the exposure which means I would under-expose the image by 2 stops, then I would take a shot with the correct exposure, then I would take a shot which is over-exposed by 2 stops. This enabled me to expose for the skylight which I would cut out and paste into the correctly exposed image, I also had the under images in-case I needed lighter areas, I would have the layers of each other in Photoshop, and used a layer mask, then paint either black or white to show the layer under or to hide the layer under.
Let me know what you think about this set of interior architecture photography.