I used to hate shooting interiors. Looking back, I think it was because I didn't really know how to do it so that it showcased something beautiful or interesting in the best light. People think that photography is easy but give someone a camera and ask them to take a photo and one of the top 5 complaints will be "it looks so much better in real life" or "it doesn't translate on camera". This was the problem I used to have with interiors.
More and more I started looking into what made great interior photography. And I forced myself to learn how to do this. In my own style.
Some rules I live by:
- Although difficult to shoot dark places, using existing light can produce something kinda magical and moody. It's something I've definitely continued to challenge myself with to produce cool results.
- There are magic in details. There is always magic in details.
- Depth is my friend. You'll see why in my pics.
Anyway, here are a few of my faves. There are a mixture of bars, cafes and homes. The kind of places you just fall in love with, and have you casting serious doubts on your ability as an interior stylist in your own home. Enjoy x