Retouching a Commercial Interior – BTS Timelapse – Trent Bell Photography
The process behind retouching a commercial interior is like putting together a giant puzzle; it takes a lot of time but once all the pieces are in place you then see the overall vision. Its extremely rare for us to process an image in Adobe Lightroom and call it good. We take time on site and in post production to make images that speak to our aesthetic as well as the needs of our client. For the composition below we photographed at least 50-60 images (not including lifestyle). This gave us tremendous flexibility in post production to craft an image that felt 100% natural while staying true to what the client envisioned when designing the space. There was easily a good 3-4 hours worth of retouching involved with this image. We’ve condensed it down to 10 minutes for your viewing pleasure.
After spending the day filming and interviewing the designers, builders, and office staff at Caleb Johnson Architects + Builders we’ve finally put the finishing touches on an “about” piece for the firm. We couldn’t be more pleased with how everything came together.
We recently spent some time in San Francisco and the Napa Valley filming with the DJI Inspire 1. The capabilities this gadget has is absolutely amazing and changes the video game for sure. Stay tuned for more.
Behold, our latest video production! We recently spent some time with our friend Gabriel Sutton (an incredible furniture maker) and our new friend Heather Chontos (an incredible artist). They have collaborated on a piece of furniture and it is something to see. Check it out!
We were recently commissioned to shoot a variety of exteriors in and around NYC, NJ and Boston. As you know getting around in the New York City can be a challenge, so we set ourselves up to be as mobile as possible. Gotta love the extra large sunroof.