This is a quick video I created to explain how I photograph Real Estate property & Architectural buildings. The resulting images look simple but, the implementation on the other hand takes time and planning to get an exceptional image. Many times photographs of a luxury properties do not do the property justice it deserves. Using Exposure Bending and Multi-Shot panoramic techniques I create image not possible with basic photography methods.
I was ask by Chris Maslow (AKA Slow) to document his mural he painted in a local night that is redecorating in the interior. The mural is complete done with spray cans, no brushes. It was a tricky shot because of the light was very bright in some spots. I had to manually use a light meter to get a bracket exposure. I used nine exposures to get all the tonal detail of the image.
I was revisiting images in my archive to help with a project I have to do an album cover for a friend. We discussed ideas and concept he wanted the image to have to work with the theme of the music.
An image I pulled out of the archive was an image I shot while in the city Rotterdam in the northern European country the Netherlands. I saw the red chair left in an alley near the hotel. I was struck by the lone red chair sitting vacate under a lone street light in a back ally. The loneliness of the image reminded me of my travels around the world.