A SENSE OF SPACE

 

Property & Interior Design Photography

 
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Capturing IMMERSIVE BEAUTY & REFLECTIVE SPACES

We may be partial, but with natural lighting, stylish art directed details, distinct colours plus striking compositions, we feel we’ve captured these stunning properties and spaces with our property photography in splendid form.

Introducing the SENSE OF SPACE COLLECTION.

 
 
 

 
 
 
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Our journey of photographing beautiful places and spaces is intended to present your property to its full potential, providing an aspirational view of life in that space.

We create property photography that employs a careful blend of natural lighting

and subtle flash-light to create the perfect overall balance of soothing ambient lighting for your space.

Property photography is a specialism that requires great art direction, composition and thought as to how the photography is approached.

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
Constructing composite images for property and lifestyle photography.

Constructing composite images for property and lifestyle photography.

 
 
 
 
 

 
 

Constructing composite images is a mainstay of certain types of photography. The image above is a good example of how using this technique with a subtle and careful approach can produce a natural-looking image for interior property photography. This photograph uses a multiple exposure and editing technique.

The final image comprises of a careful balance of natural light photography enhanced with flash-lit images of the light shade, the armchair, and the wood-burner. A flickering flame element was also incorporated to complete the cosy and welcoming wood-burning fireplace.

 
 

 
 
 
 
'Heaving Lines' by Dan Arnold.

'Heaving Lines' by Dan Arnold.

 
 
 

Incorporating more abstract image styling and details of interiors can help to give the client a set of property photographs that tell a comprehensive story of the properties environment.

Our commissioned work with the National Maritime Museum in Falmouth is a perfect example of utilising the surroundings more abstract details to describe a sense of space.


This elevated, string ball installation represents the iceberg the Titanic struck. The installation, entitled 'Heaving Lines' by Dan Arnold, featuring in the Titanic exhibition at the museum provided a perfect opportunity for some abstract images.

Looking overhead through the art above immerses you within a 3D representation of blue light and abstract ocean depths.

 
 
 

The day of photography was stormy with a lot of rain. Using a multitude of artificial lighting techniques we achieved a soft, natural-looking summers day light.

Post-production editing is essential in these kinds of conditions - read more about that process and see our before and after images in our notebook.

The first images in the ‘A Sense of Space Collection’ below are of the Unique Homestays property 'Sea Cabin' in St. Agnes, Cornwall. It was one of those projects that provided a challenging day of weather and light to overcome.

The availability of the property for the shoot was fairly limited and the deadline was tight, so it was decided that we would photograph it as soon as we could.


 
 
 
 

A SENSE OF SPACE COLLECTION

 
 
 
 
 
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