Interior Design Photography
Architectural photography is our passion. We have handled a lot of clients within the North Jersey and New York area who were happy with our interior photography services. In the latest roster of our interior design photography clients is Brad Jenkins. The photos on this page shows you that without a great interior design photographer, your work may not be displayed and captured at its fullest potential. This is among the latest projects of Brad Jenkins–a beautiful yet modern house in New Jersey.
Located in North Jersey, the house is nestled within the arms of greenery, featuring contemporary white walls with additional accents of neutral gray, black, and wood. This provides a stark yet lovely contrast to the entire white interior design of the rooms. And you can all see this contrasting and play of colors with an avant-garde interior photography technique.
The house displays a balance of the hard and soft elements. For instance, the concrete hearth is highly contrasted with the texture of the rug and the leather sofa in the living room as well the entertainment area. The kitchen, too, is designed for someone who likes to cook. It has ample space so that they won’t have any difficulties working even on the busiest days. Moreover, the absence of large divisions such as walls provides an airier feel to the entire house as it lets you see every place in the house from a single location–particularly the kitchen. This is how skilled Jersey based architectural photographers take photos of your work that really sell!
Getting the beauty of the entire house is challenging yet doable especially if that someone is a professionally skilled in architectural photography. Our team at Isa Aydin used the Canon 24mm TS-E lens attached on the Canon 5D Mark III. To create smooth images as well as capture the real beauty of this real estate, the photo was subjected to 1 seconds shutter speed with an aperture opening of 8. This brings out more the ambient lighting of the pictures as well as sharp details particularly on the furnace.