Posts made in October, 2016


Another hotel interior photography


Posted By on Oct 28, 2016

A couple of weeks ago, I was contacted by the YouPiter mini hotel owner (quite a symbolic name, isn’t it? ). He ordered my interior photography. The task was to show the textures of shabby wood in furniture, natural plastering of walls and suede curtains and sachet on the beds. I was very surprised while watching photographs available at that time on the hotel web site because I didn’t see anything mentioned. Frankly speaking, I had a deja vu. It was like I see the photos of one seedy hotel in Novy Urengoy where I had to spend a few nights about a ten years ago. One of the problems voiced by the owner, sounded like the rooms on the photos looks really worse than they are. So, we have agreed to ten photographs. But I always shoot more than it needs in order to get plenty to choose. Therefore, I have sent him 18 completed images. As a result, he liked my work so much that he bought all of them! Moreover, by this moment, I have finished the shooting and editing of his second hotel photographs (but I’ll show them here a bit later) and he wants me to shoot the third one! I’d like to add that in addition to the task, I have also tried, as usual, to make the photographs cozy. And I managed it brilliantly! Well, of course it’s very nice when your work is not only evaluated by the dignity but also get admired! You can see the rest YouPiter hotel photographs in the appropriate album at the Interiors...

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About a week ago, I finally finished a whole saga – my last photographs of The State Russian museum interiors has been edited and sent to the customer. It should be noticed that The Museum’s representative not only was pleased with my work but also wrote a laudatory review on the Russian branch of Houzz web site (I will add it here a bit later). To my mind, the important point is that I shot not only The Russian museum’s interiors but also facades of its buildings. All these photographs will appear in the special album “Architecture” I plan to create some time after. I can add that it was a very useful and important experience for me. I have tried something new for me on practice (because the shooting of huge museum’s halls is not the same as apartments and hotel rooms). Besides, I was seeking and finding answers for encountering issues during this work. I mean that I was learning something new in the interior photography theory as well as in editing of photographs. In one word, it was interesting, useful and… it was a challenge, some kind of intermediate top that I have conquered successfully! And here’s the last Russian museum’s interiors album: The Marble...

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Hotel interior design photographs

Hotel interior design photographs


Posted By on Oct 18, 2016

Back in September, I was shooting the interiors of the new mini-hotel New Day rooms. I can say that in addition to my great pleasure shooting and subsequent editing of the photos I got gorgeous result! Sometimes it happens that shooting is not smooth or editing is difficult and despite of the fact that result is excellent, I unwittingly wipe my forehead and take a deep breath at the end. As for this shooting, everything was ease. I even got some regret about finishing such a nice work. Moreover, one of my friend said about this photo that it looks like it was taken from some glossy magazine about interiors. But time goes fast! By this day, I have already finished two interiors and one product photography orders. But I’ll tell about it a bit later. So now, you can see New Day hotel photographs:...

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