Douglas Fir and Doggies

May 30, 2024  •  Leave a Comment

As you may have seen from the previous posts on Instagram / Facebook at the end of last week, I'm back from my trip to Sweden. I was treated to lovely architectural delights (photos to come soonish) and ran the Gothenburg half marathon. I'm fine, but my foot is still complaining, so if you see me limping in the next few weeks, that'll be why! Thanks again to Owen and Sophie for their wonderful hospitality.

The pain gives me a great excuse not to sign up for a longer distance anytime soon. The training block just wouldn't fit in, especially with the birth of our first child due in early August. Things are getting busy both personally and professionally, and I couldn't be happier!

On to the pictures here in the blog. This is a contact sheet I sent last night to one of my favourite architects to work with when it comes to homes and making them work seamlessly for her clients - Toni Moses. I send contact sheets from a wider set of photos to the people I photograph for so they can have full choice in the editing process. Some people opt for more input, others leave me to it, but often it's somewhere in the middle. I really enjoy the two-way process. The only thing I draw the line at is the removal or inclusion of significant items in the scenes. If that's required, it's time to find a visualisation specialist. I thrive when documenting the real deal and celebrating what architects and designers bring to the world, without too much magic afterwards.

Pic 1: Enjoying the new staircase (Douglas Fir) photo options here, which opened up the hallway space and adds interest with shapes and natural materials. People, cats, and in this case, doggies are always welcome in my shots (see top left)!

Pic 2: This made me think about something. I can't be the only photographer who ends up getting on really well with the client's pets and comes back with a contact sheet full of animal photos too, can I? Better than the opposite scenario, I guess.

Have a great weekend everyone and get in touch if you've got a project to 📸

 

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