dominican republic hotel room

Interior Design photography

It is incredible how one thing leads to another. Hotel photography took me to real estate photography and now to interior design photography.  All of witch I love doing. I have been specializing in hotel and real estate photography for quite a white now. Because of my hotel management background,  architectural and hotel photography just seemed a very logical step at this time in my career. But now, adding to this, I have been doing quiet a lot of interior design photography also. I can clearly see how these 3 types of specialized photography are related.

I have been using a technique I invented and call "points of light". It was just meant to be. This technique allows me to actually work alone when I have to travel and can't take my assistants. It is lightweight, fast and affordable for my clients. I don't know if I'm the only one using this technique, but it is a time saver. The best part of this technique is that I can use it very effectively in all of these 3 types of photography: hotel, real estate and interior design photography. 

Here are some examples of "points of light":

 

You can see the points of light in the pillows, bed, curtains and wall next to the curtains. This allows for better depth of view on my images.

In this image, I made the points of light more obvious so you can see what the effect will be in the end after processing the image. Each flower has a point of light, the bottom of the small fridge, the wooden closet and on both beds.