A few weeks ago I had the chance to photograph a lovely kitchen. The Idea of kitchen photography is to tell a story that in turn gets a client to connect with the story. This story is is all about the tradesman-ship that went into making this quality kitchen. Combined with a beautiful design and a great country location this may have been one of the nicest homes I have been in this year.
I thought it would be nice to show all the images that were delivered:
If anyone is interested in the BTS stuff these were all shot on either a Canon 5d mk3 or a Canon 6d. I mainly use 2-3 lenses for interiors like this and an 1.4 extender. These lenses are the Canon 24mm TS mk2L, the Canon 135 f2.0L and the Zeiss Otus 55mm f1.4. I do not use regular zoom lenses as I do not like the quality or optical imperfections. The cameras are placed on a manfrotto tripod with a geared head and once set up they do not get touched while shooting, adjustments are made via wifi as the cameras are controlled by iPads. Lighting is controlled with up to 5 strobes, a GL1 hot light, light modifiers and multiple exposures. If you have any questions why not drop me a mail.