Always looking to improve, CC welcome. HGA Architects' new office in Sacramento. None of the newly built out "white" side had parallel structures... the result was converging sight lines that blended the history of the repurposed industrial warehouse with the contemporary sharp lines found throughout this set. Enjoy.
One, sometimes two, Rovelights were used here to highlight certain surfaces and provide some light in the darker places of the ceilings. The result is some much needed separation in some of the deeper shots.
https://flic.kr/p/TgdwsYHGA R12_5 Empty copy by Chad Davies, on Flickr
https://flic.kr/p/T8oG44HGA R12_6 People copy by Chad Davies, on Flickr
https://flic.kr/p/T619FSHGA R12_7 Empty by Chad Davies, on Flickr
These are all well lit, well staged, well done images. For me the problem is that they all look like renderings from an architects software program for projecting how the space will look once built.
There is no really there, real place feel to them.
Here is an image I made for a client. Its a health care facility in the Bay Area. Because of HIPA they requested that no people were to be in the images. Fortunately, I was able to get into the space when on a Sunday when no one was working.
I worked with installed lighting and ambient light from the windows rather than trying to over power it with my lights.
In my view, its more realistic than a precisely lit interior that overpowers the architect's designed lighting.