Josh Kuchinsky Photography | jkuchinsky
Josh Kuchinsky Photography, Residential and commercial architectural photography for architects, interior designers, and building specialists. Boston, Massachusetts architectural photographer for hospitality, marketing, and retail industries.
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To Draw or Not to Draw, that is the question.

When I’m photographing interiors, a question that often comes up is, “should we open the shades or keep them closed?” Or variations on this theme. At first, this may seem like an simple question, however, each scenario can have drastically different effects. My general feelings on this are that drawn shades focus the viewer's attention to the details of the room, whereas open shades allow for a more open feel when viewing the photograph. Not to say that in this instance you ignore the interior, but with the window shades open, your eyes scan the interior and then have a place to “escape”. And obviously, open shades are a must if there is a outside view worth capturing....

Activating Spaces with People

Space activation refers to using people as props in a photograph to simulate active usage within the space. The inclusion of people helps define the functionality of a space by highlighting the intended usage. This becomes an important element in telling a story by showing how people function within a space and by highlighting important design elements within that space....

The MIT Chapel, Cambridge, MA

I’ve visited the grounds multiple times in an effort to capture the simplistic beauty of this Eero Saarinen designed church, and to see beyond the boundaries of the architecture and design, to break free of the confines and ultimately create images that reveal the palpable tranquility experienced within. ...

Kitchen Photography

Over the years, I’ve had the good fortune of photographing many beautiful kitchens. Kitchens are often the focal point of a home and one of the top rooms people splurge on for remodeling. When shooting kitchens I think it’s important to show a variety of views. This helps the viewer see the space from different angles. Whenever possible, I like to capture one or two overall shots and then include some tighter shots highlighting important design elements. Below are two examples from projects I photographed for Mid-Continent Cabinetry....

Behind the Scenes at a Design Firm

Over the last four months I have worked as the in-house photographer for SMMA, a multidisciplinary design firm. It has been an amazing opportunity to collaborate with design professionals of all types including architects, interior designers, landscape architects, civil engineers, project managers and marketing managers. The talent and creativity around the office is inspiring. Working alongside the teams at SMMA has given me valuable insight into just how much collaboration it takes to bring large-scale corporate projects to life....