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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Why do you believe it is important to hire a professional photographer for interior shoots?


A: Designers and builders put a lot of time and effort into creating beautiful spaces. When a sub-par picture is taken to show the quality of work done, the poor quality of the picture takes over and makes the design itself look flawed. It is always more effective to show interiors using quality photographs that utilize proper lighting and technique. If the work that went into a project is professional, the way it is depicted should show it at its best.

Q: Do you use natural lighting, try to take photos at a certain time of day, or bring lighting with you?


A: Lighting is probably one of the most important aspects of shooting interiors. I personally shoot during daylight hours so that I can incorporate natural light, which I enhance with additional lighting that I always bring with me. Interiors are often designed with the windows in mind to light the space, I find it hard to show this with nighttime photography. By using the natural light provided by the windows I can accurately show the full impact of the intended design

Q: What would be your best piece of advice for designers trying to capture their work?


A: My best piece of advice would be to hire a professional photographer. A lot of people think, “I have a great camera on my phone or I could just buy a nicer camera and do it myself.” That is like giving someone who isn’t an artist a really nice paintbrush and expecting a great painting. The truth is that it is not just the camera that makes a photograph great, rather it is the combination of lighting, angles, editing and of course artistry that brings life to the photograph. After all, you always want to show your work looking its best.

Q: Do you only shoot local to Long Island?


A: We are available to travel for photography and video projects and have had clients from New York to Florida and even California. We are always open to discuss travel for your projects. 

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