Matthew Jones Photography is a commercial photography provider that specialises in specific sectors. One of those core competencies is interior design photography.
This case study shows some of your work from a recent shoot at a newly refurbished Mcdonald's restaurant in Derbyshire.
Prior to any commercial photography shoot we speak to the client to gain an understanding of the intended use for the images. The background in this case is that customers of Mcdonald's are looking for faster, more efficiency and greater choice in how they order their food. Walk in and drive through remain core to how customers order, the redesign of McDonald’s kitchens and dining areas will better integrate digital sales channels.
Key features include a new entrance and a dedicated collection area for McDelivery couriers, designed to reduce congestion in the restaurant. A new front counter has been installed, creating separate areas for different styles of payment, with the goal of achieving less congestion around touchscreens, and shorter queues.
There is a great case study of a recent project combing interior photography with architectural photography in a Commercial Property Photography shoot I did for the redevelopment of Elder Way in Chesterfield, Derbyshire.
When it comes to commercial properties Interior design photography is more than capturing the beauty of interior spaces. It often used to showcase functional design as well a the aesthetic beauty. For more information about architectural photography you should we have an architectural photography page.