Posts tagged furniture
How to get the best from your Habitat & Hospitality imagery

Habitat & Hospitality is a wide categorisation which includes many of the photo assignments I am usually appointed to do; it involves to work for architects, interior designers, furniture companies, construction companies as much as final commercial users, like fashion retailers, restaurants and hotels.

All of them have different needs and targets to achieve; therefore many are the solutions and the variations of this service, which are always tailored and bespoke to each and everyone.

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Photographer’s portrait with sailfish and lemons

I would like to dedicate this week’s post to a surreal portrait of me (yes, those legs are mine!) taken by Sarah Fortescue.

Sarah is not only a talented interior designer, but also a kindred soul and crazy creative!

You all can have fun to find meanings and symbolism on this picture, however that was taken to show the upholstered padded seat stool in printed fabric, one of Sarah Fortescue Design creations.

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How to choose an interior designer...

This week I am re-blogging an interesting article from Catwalk Schoolgates - fashion & lifestyle - by Anne Marie Gee, who is explaining how a wise choice of a good interior designer can save money on home refurbishment.

I am glad to read that the article is talking about a talented interior designer, Mia Karlsson, who I have successfully served with my photography. I totally agree with Anne Marie, well done again, Mia!

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Would you believe a bed is made of this?

Herdwick wool, silk, mohair, horsehair, hemp, flax, cashmere are natural and precious materials, used by Button & Sprung to make their 100% natural beds and mattresses.

I have discovered them thanks to an interesting presentation organised last week by Houzz – the leading platform for interiors and home design – at B&S showroom in London at Thames Wharf, Hammersmith (where The River Cafe is).

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Real v/s Hyper-Real secret No.2 revealed :: light temperature

I am back with the second of four articles explaining some of the techniques we use to enhance the photographic services for our clients and - as I like to describe it - to transform our imagery from “real” to “hyper-real”.

This week the revealed “secret” addresses the light temperature.

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