It’s an interior project with a bit of subtle lighting, no BTS images for this one, just wanted the images to speak for themselves this time. So because of that ommission I didn’t have a feature images for this post, but found the above image from another architectural interior job showing the use of an old fashioned right angled finder. It’s better than the alternative of a sledge hammer to knock down the wall!!

Another project for Karen Walker Design. This time it’s a residential interior. Natural images again, with a bit of flash, this time with coloured gels to match the colour temperature inside each room, the colour temparature was measured with a Gossen 3F colour temparature meter (I may upload a Journal post on this piece of gear soon).

The usual equipment for a commission like this was Nikon D800e, Nikon 24/45/85 PCE lenses, 28mm and 35mm PC lens, also used a Samyang 14mm when the interior was really tight! Benro tripod, Manfrotto geared head and Godox 360 flash battery powered flash heads.

Mill Burn