Austin Interior Design Photography Mini-Shoot
An interior designer client of mine recently had me come out to a beautiful west side Austin home and capture a few images of her recent work.
I could tell from the moment I parked that this would be a treat to photograph. Beautiful oak trees lines the residential road which was full of nicely-kept mid-sized homes with large, green yards.
The bedroom was next, which I lit with several flashes bouncing off the wall to the left, with the lights turned off. Afterward, I took an exposure with the lamps on which I later hand-blended into the main image, to control the amount of orange color cast they gave off to the rest of the room.
The last thing I photographed was an entryway piece that the interior designer had imported from France for their client (the residents). Instead of lowering my tripod, I took advantage of a function it has where the legs splay out wide horizontally, creating a very low base. This was sufficient enough to get low to the ground without comprising the angle. Hand-held flash was used to fill in the shadows on this dark piece. The brass in it really pops from the shiny, black surface.
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