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Architectural Photography Hawaii, Kona + Kyoto | David Duncan Livingston
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David Duncan Livingston

Photographer of interiors, architecture & lifestyle in San Francisco and California,
a thoughtful process and perfect compositions.

Architectural Photography Hawaii, Kona + Kyoto

  • Architectural Photography Hawaii, Kona + Kyoto
Stephen Ewing a principal of the Big Island firm De Reus Architects designed this pavilion style home blending east and west. Starting the photo shoot at a pre-dawn hour the dramatic lighting created a Shoji feeling within the home. The shooting day was split with a long break in mid day. Take-away: Eighteen photos in a day of shooting. Use and value added: to be featured in a coffee table book of the firms work, Photoshop cleaned up the “Vog” in post-production.

Interior and Architectural Photography in Hawaii has it’s own set of challenges. To get the deep blue of the water you need the sun low to your back, so Western facing homes get the big view photographs taken in the morning. Up malka or up the mountain rain and clouds start effecting the photo, as the clouds pass over you wait for the sun breaks. Propping and styling is very ad hoc as the resources are limited, it’s always good to have your own clippers to make the floral arrangements.

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