Commercial photography in Doncaster – interiors and exteriors
I’ve just finished a shoot in Doncaster for my client RLB. They asked me to go to the Salvation Army church near Doncaster Dome and take a series of interiors and exteriors of a project they had just completed.
I prefer to use natural light for my photography rather than try to flood an area with flash
To get the shots I wanted I used my full frame cameras on a tripod and a wide angle lens and shot in raw. I took the photographs with a low ISO and a longer shutter speed for the best quality and the most even light and then adjusted the images and converted to hi-res jpegs in post production afterwards.
The other advantage of shooting on a tripod is that I can take shots of areas with doors and cupboards closed and then take another photo from exactly the same postion with them all open so that the client sees the expanded view.
Can I help you?
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