Companies that produce highly skilled and bespoke work for clients should collect images for their portfolio along the way. When these images are produced on phones and tablets they aren’t really professional enough to include on websites or to show to clients without revealing distortions caused by the camera of these devices and colour castes produced by mixed lighting, not to mention artefacts of noise from low light situations. Looking through portfolios and websites it’s always obvious which are the professional images and which have been collected, the later detracting from the quality of workmanship and damaging a brand.
I produce photography of bespoke interiors ranging from kitchen and bedroom designs, to offices, bathrooms and more. I pride myself on producing images that seek to lessen distortion, mix different lighting well and that look great and show your skilled work, design and planning off to it’s highest degree. I utilise specialist equipment and techniques and aim to produce clean and sharp images that look good in your portfolio, social media and web space and sell your skills.
This photographic commission was on behalf of The Norfolk Workshop a wonderfully skilled company that I’ve had the pleasure to work with on a number of occasions. Their client had commissioned a bespoke office space and also a wine cellar, and it was a pleasure to accompany them to the clients home to photograph the finished work in situ with a very happy client.
Here’s a small sample of the images produced.