I work slow and methodical to ensure the end result is absolutely perfect. During the shoot I wirelessly tether the camera to an iPad to analyze every detail in the frame before capturing the shot. This also allows my clients and me to review the images on a large screen, on site, in real time.
When shooting I capture images at several different exposures, with the lights on and off, and with and without external flashes. This gives me numerous options for post production blending resulting in a flawless image that shows off your space or project the best way possible.
Every artist has their own style, vision, and preferences. My keen eye for a beautiful composition is second to none, but I also love collaborating and sharing ideas with designers to bring their visions to life through my images.
Post production is a huge part of interior photography because we are selling a dream, lifestyle, and/or product, so I go over every inch of each photo to remove blemishes, distractions, and other eye sores.
My turn around time is faster than anyone in the industry, partly because of the skills I’ve developed over the years, but mostly due to the fact that I get so excited to see the finished photos that I can’t stand to wait to edit them!
Before & After
What your eye sees in isn’t always what the camera sees, and what the camera sees isn’t what the end result will look like. Here are a few examples showing an original photo compared to the final edited image. Grab the slider in the split screen to go back and forth between the two.
Step by Step
To get a glimpse of my editing process scroll through this series of images to see how the photo comes together step by step.