To make images like this the lines in the room have to be clean and the subject matter interesting and staged professionally. I was lucky to walk in on such a well set up space!
A couple years back after looking at my “best of images” I realized that a predictable pattern was forming especially in my interiors. And although it works well for my clients (don’t fix it, if it’s not broken), I’ve wanted to mix it up for some time. So I really started to look at other styles of shooting, and I found a style that seemed so opposite from mine. I guess it’s alway kinda been out there. It’s more of a still life approach. The dissection of room and it’s elements composed in an image. Lots of home furnishing catalogs use this approach. Using more standard focal lengths and/or a 1x1 crop on sections of the room is the best way to describe it. We viewers don’t always need to see walls and windows to get a feel of space. So my break came yesterday while shooting an interior so I took it. And I have to say, it was fun to make this image.