Interior commercial photography is an enjoyable challenge. Last week I took some photographs for Yeoman SW Ltd at a lovely house in Topsham. Yeoman SW Ltd had redone all of the house’s four bathrooms, as well as putting in underfloor heating and re-using beautiful old radiators. It was a bright but cloudy afternoon, and if you’ve read my previous blogs about natural light you’ll know that’s just what I’m after for interior photography. I had to use the odd bit […]
Window display and shop interior photographs Last Tuesday morning, I went to Jelly Charity Shop on Paris Street, Exeter, a children’s clothing and toy charity shop run by Exeter Community Initiatives, to take photographs of the window display and the shop interior. Jelly was entering the Charity Retail Awards and needed the best photographs they could get, outside and inside, for their entry.
Natural light in photography I spoke a bit about natural light in a recent blog (Product photography lighting). I mentioned the soft shadows and even lighting that indirect natural light provides. I have a few more examples here of how natural lighting creates beautiful images. At a daytime event the indirect light from windows if you’re inside, or the even light from a cloudy sky if you’re outside, is usually evenly bright and coming from a flattering angle