The challenges of taking perfect bathroom photos are dealing with the mirrors, the reflective surfaces, the lighting of the room for photographing, and avoiding distortions from a wide angle lens. Make the baths beautiful, too.
As an architectural photographer
shooting in Los Angeles and throughout California, I am often called to photograph the “impossible” by shooting in these cramped and reflective spaces. My trade secret here is experience and careful attention to the details.
I am hired to photograph bathrooms for manufacturers, tile and stone vendors, and interior designers. The photos you see here were photographed by David Duncan Livingston. I styled and art directed these shots as well, and hold the copyright.
Inspiring bathroom design combines great style and functionality. Here I have selected a number of examples from my recent bathroom photography. A design color trend I am seeing for 2015 is the use of soft grays, creams and whites. The bath pattern designs I am seeing are Moroccan Arabesque
, Celtic Herringbone, and more traditional Italianate motifs.
Hundreds of my bathroom photography have been published nationally; and more recently for many client’s Houzz pages. Conveying the design showing the mix of materials and the space plan are key to a well photographed bathroom. Photo styling for bathrooms is very important too. Styling elements should be simple and not overwhelm the shot.
David Duncan Livingston, owns and controls the copyright of these images, 2015.