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Here’s just a few images taken for a client I regularly work with.
Their requirement is to show the details of their product in the environment it will be used, and I regularly visit their showrooms and homes of their customers to take before and after shots. Its important to show the close up details of any interior, not just the whole room, as customers will almost always take a closer inspection and touch the product itself. Its important therefore to produce images that give them a sense of what to expect.
So in these shots, the focus is on texture, colour, sheen, as well as the style of the product.
You’ll notice I haven’t told you what the product is, and I think that if you’ve guessed correctly, you’ll know that the interior photographs convey exactly what you anticipated. For those who can’t spot it, then clearly it fits naturally in the interior I’ve photographed, exactly as it should.
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This is a photograph from an editorial article on Data. Data is a hot topic right now, mostly surrounding its protection, and how its abused when its not protected.
This photograph shows as much as possible the data itself. This is a computer hard drive and the read/write head that passes the data on and off the silvered disc. Some coloured lighting was used to add interest and drama to what is perhaps not not the most exciting of subjects in its raw form. Its quite amazing that the information passing through the tiny gap between the head and the disc, can regularly make front page news.
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