Posts tagged styling
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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Catalog shoot for entrepreneur :: how to art-direct your own

This article starts a series on my blog dedicated to client awareness, written with the intent to close the gap between photo professionals and their customers, often on very different way of thinking about the same job.

Frequently I am asked to work on imagery for catalogs, whether they are for printed publishing or web presentation.

Differently from advertising work – where we usually work with higher budget – the main concern of an entrepreneur who needs all his collection photographed is how to get all those shots quickly and within a reasonable expenditure… still achieving a good quality of course!

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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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Forget the roses for Valentine's!

Although Valentine's Day is worldwide recognised as a consumerism stereotype that everybody somehow have to comply with, there are few exceptions, out of the ordinary, where creativity and sensuality take charge.

One of them has born thanks to the brilliant collaboration between MyHotels – an award winning group of boutique hotels creating unique urban retreat experiences based on the guest’s needs and desires – and 210th – a luxurious erotic lifestyle brand producing body care products and other irresistible temptations.

Adding MyHotels to the list of my beautiful clients, I have been lucky enough to receive commission by their marketing manager, Sundip Mace, to make pictures for their 210th suite at MyHotels Chelsea.

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Into the White : Your Location… Enhanced

Sometime happens that my clients in the habitat industry ask for a little more than just to capture their spaces with my camera. In those situations I can work with my preferred stylist, Stéphanie Tumba, to enhance the rooms, arranging furniture and accessories with her expert eye.

Simple and efficient, this service is the ideal solution when the location already contains everything that’s needed.

Together, we can connect our clients’ business with their audiences through carefully crafted, original imagery that’s full of life.

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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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