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Interior Design Photography With Prive Design Group

June 20th, 2011 admin No comments

I’ve had the privilege to start working with Prive Design Group based in Calgary. Prive concentrates on residential work, even though their commercial spaces are also very stunning.

My favorite shoot to date with Prive is their work on this beautiful condo residence just outside downtown Calgary in Calgary. All too often a condo can feel confining and small, however Prive did an impeccable job of creating a bright, spacious home out the inner city residence. The first 3 shots are from this shoot, followed by select images of their other work.

Residential Photography

November 20th, 2010 admin No comments

I love not only to photograph the beauty of interior design, but also the functionality my clients build into a home. Could you really see yourself living here? or does it just look like a pretty un-realistic dream? I for one dream of cooking in a kitchen as beautiful as this one by Studio A Interiors

Photographing Interior Design- Vancouver Architecture Photography

January 10th, 2010 admin No comments

Calgary Architectural Interior Design 1

Architectural and Design photography is a pleasant polar opposite to shooting action sports like skiing. On one of my most recent ski shoots the temperature must have been below -20 Celsius plus wind. When it’s that cold batteries stop functioning, and they need to be warmed up on location; unfortunately the warmest and best place to heat a battery on your body also happens to be the most uncomfortable. I don’t think I need to go further down that road for you to pick up what i’m saying. I was alternating between freezing the only parts of my body that aren’t already cold and hanging out the side of a parkade 20 feet above the frozen ground to get the angle I was looking for.

Calgary Architectural Interior Design 2

Compare a chaotic shoot like that to interior architectural work; indoors, warm, dry, very little risk to my own well being. It’s quite a luxury. That said getting the shot still isn’t a simple or easy matter, especially when you have a bit of photography OCD like myself; making the pictures as close to perfect as you can in camera. Shooting interior design requires many tries, tweaks and adjustments to capture great photographs which really flatters the location.
Calgary Architectural Interior Design 3