Lately, it feels like I’ve been photographing kitchens in my sleep, so I thought now would be a good time to talk about my approach to photographing kitchens and feature some of the final images.
As kitchens are often the focal point of the home, it’s important that good kitchen design be represented by professional photography.
If you want your work to stand out and get noticed, having high-quality imagery is a must.
Below are two kitchens I recently photographed for Mid-Continent Cabinetry that show four different views, each adding to the viewer’s sense of “space”. It’s important to feature an overall view or perhaps two, accompanied by at least three tighter shots e.g., vignettes and details to show a complete understanding of the overall design and functionality of any kitchen.
The overall shot gives the viewer a sense of the space and the tighter detailed shots bring the viewer into the room, allowing one to experience the design and atmosphere of the kitchen as it’s intended.