Seeking guidance for your commercial interior photography shoot? Our Commercial Interior Photography Guidelines book is a comprehensive, visual guide for photographers and companies looking to build their knowledge of shooting commercial spaces.
Written by accomplished London commercial interior photographer and Office Curator Founder, Marek Sikora, it reveals the secrets of taking striking shots of empty and occupied offices and workspaces.
Today’s design-led workspaces are hugely diverse, taking cues from collaboration, connection, and nature. Projecting the design intention takes a considered, consistent form of photography which Marek has spent over a decade developing.
Used to train Office Curator’s photographers in how to present and capture dynamic office spaces, our commercial interior photography guidelines are a must for commercial photographers wanting to enhance their skills. It is also the perfect tool for anyone involved in office design and fit out, and furniture case study shoots.
Each section has a concise checklist for quick and easy reference.
“My approach centres on bringing complete consistency to the space; aligning and standardising the features and furniture, weeding out visual distractions, however minute, allowing the design elements to shine through.”
Staging an office shoot – learn how to stage office spaces for optimum visual effect, from correctly positioning task chairs to lighting and blind settings.
How to shoot individual work settings – discover how to photograph a wide range of areas, including conference and meeting rooms, receptions, and social spaces.
Technical guidance – expert guidance on camera position, focal length, and features to include in the frame for the best composition.
Challenging shots – learn how to capture atmospheric ‘empty shell’ category A offices, and workspace exterior images.
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