Beginning with the main hallway, and following on with photography of the interiors of the bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, and family room (incorporating fine dining and living space), our photographer took advantage of existing ambient light supported by portable flash to put light into the shadows.
This interior photography project was shot over one day, with another day being allocated to merging multiple exposures of each shot to merge the bright exterior sunlight (seen through the windows in some shots) with the softer lighting within the property.
Post production included the use of HDR and Photoshop photo editing software, allowing us to deliver interiors photographs that represented the full tonal range seen buy the human eye.
Lisette incorporated only the best of product within the property of her Russian clients, including paints and fabrics by F Schumacher, Kravet, Zofanny, Colefax and Fowler and Farrow Ball.
The brief included providing wide, medium and close-up photography to record the ambience, style and detail put into this interior design project – where colour, light and texture creates a calming yet vibrant living space.
Working with a client that knows exactly what they want, and will ensure we deliver photography of a quality that best represents the high end nature of the work was definitely the case while working with Lisette Voute. In other words, Lisette Voute is an interiors photographer’s dream client.