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Dec 06, 2016 18:47 |  #1

Any interior designers / architects out there turned interiors / architectural photographer?

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Dec 06, 2016 19:22 |  #2

Well done..


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Dec 07, 2016 01:41 |  #3

Great shots!


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Dec 07, 2016 14:58 |  #4

kimsmithphoto wrote in post #18205509 (external link)
Any interior designers / architects out there turned interiors / architectural photographer?

That's a good question, also curious to know (I'm not).

Your work is lovely, would you mind sharing some insight as to why you made the transition, and what that experience was like? I'm sure you had many connections already in place from your design experience, which would be very helpful in building a good roster of clients.

If you are willing to elaborate on those questions, could you also tell us what your experience working with photographers was like, when you were the designer? We don't get a lot of that perspective in these forums, so I'm sure many folks would appreciate it.




  
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Dec 08, 2016 12:01 |  #5

I am a project manager for an architecture firm...graduated with my Bachelors and Masters in Architecture...just never finished the exams...and I do all of our photography for projects and some for clients too...and am starting to do more...I think it adds an understanding of spaces and architecture/design that someone without the background would not have...


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Dec 08, 2016 14:58 |  #6

TRhoads wrote in post #18207116 (external link)
I am a project manager for an architecture firm...graduated with my Bachelors and Masters in Architecture...just never finished the exams...and I do all of our photography for projects and some for clients too...and am starting to do more...I think it adds an understanding of spaces and architecture/design that someone without the background would not have...

Couldn't agree more. I have done some interiors for clients but always felt I was missing the point somewhere, although the images were accepted without any negative comments. Someone who knows about architecture and the best way to show it off is in a far better position. In some ways you need someone like that there to direct.




  
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Dec 08, 2016 15:01 |  #7

I'd also love to know how these images were lit, they're very good.




  
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Dec 10, 2016 14:43 |  #8

Wonderful rendering. Also interested in what your lighting setup includes.




  
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Dec 10, 2016 16:23 |  #9

Great photos. 3 different shots 3 different cameras and lenses?


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Dec 20, 2016 17:52 |  #10

Nice job on keeping the walls true and straight. Nothing bothers me more than someone who uses a wide angle lens and doesn't know what they are doing and show interiors with walls like /__\


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Dec 23, 2016 15:59 |  #11

Hi Kim, I have a marble and granite company and our work is all "designer" work and I work with designers regularly on designs based on that. I realized How my pics were not doing it justice with my canon P and S, so I went on the internet and learned I needed an slr, and from there I just kinda got into photography and of course upgraded a lot from the Xsi I started with. So I got into photography because I am in the interiors trade, and frankly if money wasn't a factor, I would love to turn, which of course makes a vast assumption I could even get good enough to haha. Anyway, I think being in the trade helps with how you see rooms instead of just capturing them. I would share a few but I am not sure if this is a thread for similar people out there to say hi and share or not, I don't want to have bad etiquette....

Really nice work, and the first thing I learned was keep verticals correct. I agree with Paul on that, it jumps out at me and ruins it when a photo has bad verticals, although I found I needed a 14 sometimes to get bathrooms and capturing my work is priority 1 and sometimes I just can't get that small space keep everything perfect. Because I am on jobs, a tripod really is also unrealistic for my conditions of "stealing" a few and often the jobs are not 100%, so lots of challenges. I also think it is fun to make creative shots of interiors because you so rarely see it.


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Apr 18, 2017 19:26 |  #12

flowrider wrote in post #18209035 (external link)
Great photos. 3 different shots 3 different cameras and lenses?

Yes that's very interesting.


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Jun 20, 2018 23:29 |  #13

I Like this shot. Look great




  
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