Interior Photographer

Interior Photographer - Matthew Jones

As an experienced interior photographer I know how to create well composed and lit images that grab the attention of viewers. The photography I produce showcases each space emphasising details and colour schemes making rooms inviting and luxurious.

Interior photography is perhaps the most technical type of commercial photography I shoot. Lighting is key and unlike architectural photography it often necessary to light the space. The trick is to make it look like it has been shot with natural light. Post production of interior photographs is also a technical process. This commercial property case study shows a combination of interior and exterior shots of a recent town development project. Interior design photography is also about understanding and showing the functional of design as well as the aesthetics, this interior design shoot for Mcdonld's is a case in point.

So an interior photographer needs both creative and technical skills, however preparing an interior prior to a photography shoot is another important step in the process.

How to Prepare | Advice from an Interior Photographer

An Interior photographer will sometimes work with a interior designer to style each room. If this is not an option then first of all it is important to check the room before the shoot takes place to makes sure everything is in place and all clutter is removed. Curtains, blinds, bedding and throws should be neat and tidy. You may want to show a room as your customers and guests will find it or add details and accessories that suggest how the space might be experienced.

Interior Photography Has Different Uses

For commercial spaces such as conference centres and meeting rooms it is helpful to set out rooms in different seating styles such as Auditorium, Banquet or Square Horseshoe. Adding branding such as notepads and pens also adds a nice touch. Using screens and displays to show branding and even room names

For domestic space you may want to mix photography that shows the interior space as way to provide information and shots to show the 'experience'.

Investing in quality photography from an experienced Interior Photographer to showcase your facilities, interior design and property will help attract new clients. It has never been more important to get noticed and when the trust and business from your client base.

A virtual tour like this example is another great way to showcase a space and compliments an interior photography shoot really well. Our other areas of expertise are Architectural Photography and Industrial Photography

Interior Photography of cottage living room by interior photographer Matthew Jones
Interior Photography of Cottage Living room
Interior Photography of cottage sage double bedroom by interior photographer Matthew Jones
Interior Photography of Cottage Double Bedroom
Interior Photography of Derby City Council Reception double height space and vertical wooden slats floor to ceiling  by interior photographer Matthew Jones
Derby City Council Reception area
Interior of Derby City Council office looking from inside to entrance which surrounded by floor to ceiling wooden slatted pillars by interior photographer Matthew Jones
Derby City Council Reception area seating
Architectural photography of dinning room interior by interior photographer Matthew Jones
Architectural photography of Repton School dinning hall
Pub restaurant interior Photography located in Chesterfield, fuchsia pink velvet green wall and floor panelling by interior photographer Matthew Jones
Chesterfield bar interior
Multimedia interior showing huge viewing screen and lectern by interior photographer Matthew Jones
Auditorium Interior shot at the University of Derby
Architect office all white and gloss with bright orange sign behind desk saying 'hello' JSA by interior photographer Matthew Jones
Architect Office Reception
Stark white kitchen interior with large island and armchairs looking towards bifold doors by interior photographer Matthew Jones
Modern Bespoke Kitchen interior
Architectural Interior large white kitchen looking across field through plain glass picture window by interior photographer Matthew Jones
Feature Window - Bespoke kitchen Interior
Get in touch with us

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Call Matt on 07891 610554

We have offices in Derby and Chesterfield and provide Commercial Photography throughout the Midlands and South Yorkshire.

Banks Mill Studios,
71 Bridge St,
01332 982048

Commerce House
Millennium Way
S41 8ND
01246 387922

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