Aug 21, 2012

Lauren Moffatt's apartment

One area of photography I am dying to get more into is interiors. I could easily get lost in interior photography all day long. I also recently watched a Julius Shulman documentary (Visual Acoustics) that inspired me even more to get better at interiors. So I jumped on the opportunity to shoot Lauren Moffatt's apartment for Design Sponge's Sneak Peek column. Interiors are definitely a tricky beast. It was challenging without a tilt-shift lens, and I spent a long time manually fixing perspective in post-processing. The post on Design Sponge went up yesterday - but in case you missed it, here's a few photos from the shoot.



See the full post here!

21 comments :

  1. oh alice, i so know what you mean! when i try to shoot some interiors i also feel it's so hard! and i can only imagine people outside photography thinking that if you can handle a fancy camera, if you're a photographer then what's the big deal about shooting some interiors, right? but then there are these all sorts of issues that we know of! and a tilt-shift will obviously help you with that! the downward is actually being so expensive! and these are beautiful, by the way! such a lovely home! and that eames chair story?!

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  2. this is a beautiful and eclectic space. i love the hardwood floors and the white exposed brick wall in the living room. all the unique and antique furniture and trinkets give it real character. i would feel comfortable in her home.

    leyla.

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  3. Love the Nike Blazers in the stairway shelf. Nice touch.

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  4. Just practice on your own home. What we've seen of both places is so beautiful! I would love to see as much as you feel comfortable sharing.

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  5. gorgeous home, gorgeous capture.

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  6. looks like such a gorgeous space.

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  7. I love your interior photographs! I saw your photos on design sponge and favorited the website so I could get some inspiration for when I decorate my future apartment :)

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  8. "Interiors are definitely a tricky beast." You said it! You did a beautiful job though, conquered that beast a bit I guess. If you don't mind, what lens did you shoot with?

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    1. I used my 24-70mm for most of the shots. It did the job all right!

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  9. very nice shots! it is very hard to shoot interior! beautiful!

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  10. i also keep wondering what lens did you shoot with? just very curious....

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    1. Hi - I used my Canon 24-70mm for these.

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  11. Such a lovely place to live! I love the modern mix in the design.

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  12. You might say that you're just learning Alice but these are some fantastic interior photos.

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  13. Your work just gets better and better, Alice. I've always loved your interior shots. I often come back to your old posts again and again for inspiration.

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  14. this is like my house on crack. wayyy betterrrr then my house... what i would love my little house to look like... LOL

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  15. such an awesome job you did! love every image here and on design sponge!

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  16. Hi Alice,

    Just wondering what you meant when you said you spent a long time adjusting the perspective in post?
    Looks great by the way,
    Ingrid

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  17. That magazine rack is fabulous!

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