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When photographing these interior and exterior architectural spaces it was important to show how people in the building can interact with indoor/outdoor spaces in formal and informal ways. Adding a slightly blurry effect to the places attention on the building and gives an approachable feeling to the photos. For this shoot I acted as a photographer and art director directing placement of the people, the wardrobe and amount of motion for the final photos.
Commercial interior photography is changing just as the buildings are changing. For these commercial architectural photographs it was important to have the natural feeling of daylight seen in the photos. Using a careful balance of daylight, photography strobe light and the ability of merging exposures in Photoshop gives the results seen here. Also EHDD’s desire to have people in the photos is aided with advancements in commercial digital photography allowing higher shutter speeds to be used.