Control time and stay ahead of the game
As some of you may know from following the Phase One blog and emails, I regularly serve as a digital tech for the brilliant and extremely talented campaign beauty photography Sarah Silver.
After working with Phase One on a behind-the-scenes look at Silver’s digital workflow, followed by a webinar hosted by Sarah and myself, Phase One asked me to write a blog post about my own workflow as an interior photographer.
The truth is, I’m a visual person, as I’m sure many of you are; I’d much rather see things in action. With that, we decided a video would be the best way to show how I photograph interiors using Capture One 8.
Huge benefit with one application
For this particular production, I partnered with my favorite interior design brand, Viyet; the online destination for nearly new furniture finds from top designers. Feauturing pieces from distinguished lines such as B&B Italia, Cassina, Christian Liaigre, Holly Hunt, Ligne Roset, and Mies van der Rohe, the online redesign brand is changing the game for high-end furniture consignment.
When we started looking at production dates, Viyet was about to launch its very first pop-up shop at the FLOR store in SoHo, New York. The launch featured interior vignettes designed by Jennifer Hunter & Goergie Hambright of J+G Design; and Patrick J. Hamilton, an interior designer regularly featured on ApartmentTherapy.com.
This turned out to be the perfect challenge for myself and Capture One 8: an intimate space with two uniquely designed interior concepts — and of course, not enough hours in the day.
Without further ado, please enjoy this behind-the-scenes look into our day with Viyet at the FLOR store, and the final images from the shoot.
April 30 2015
By Topher ScottCategory: Guest Photographers Uncategorized Tags: photographer's workflow Tethered Shooting Exposure correction Capture One Pro 8