Jeremy Enlow of Steel Shutter Photography specializes in interiors and architectural photography. Based in Dallas / Fort Worth, Jeremy will help you showcase the interiors project you’ve worked so hard to create. Whether you’re a Dallas interior designer, builder, or architect, Steel Shutter Photography will work with you to create advertising photographs that attract your ideal customers.
The photographs below were taken for Brooks Custom Homes based in Fort Worth, Texas. The company describes their philosophy as creating “homes of distinction with an emphasis on design details. We do this by capturing the charm of timeless architecture without sacrificing modern amenities.” Jeremy’s images capture this philosophy, emphasizing the elegance and modernity of the designs.
o you have an interiors or architectural project you need photographed? Don’t miss the following tips for choosing the right photographer.
3 Tips for Choosing a Photographer for Your Interiors and Architectural Projects
1. Find someone with architectural experience
A photographer with architectural experience will have a unique perspective on your project. With an eye for subtle details and an understanding your space’s individual needs, an architectural photographer will really make your project shine. Steel Shutter Photography has extensive architectural photography experience.
Further reading: How to Hire an Architectural Photographer via Houzz
“[I]f you want photographs that capture the artistry and character of a space … an architectural photographer is your best bet.”
2. Make sure their portfolio fits your style
Every photographer (just like every designer) has a specific style. When searching for a photographer, make sure that their portfolio and vision is aligned with your design aesthetic. You can view Steel Shutter Photography’s architecture portfolio here.
Further reading: How to Hire an Architectural Photographer Part 1 via Archinect
“Have a look at their website and portfolio. Make sure you like the work they produce and don’t just book the first person that comes up in the results. Ask yourself ‘Would my project look good photographed in this way?’”
3. Ensure they have an understanding of architectural style
Your project deserves more than quick real-estate photography. What you want is a photographer who understands how complex details come together to create your overall design vision. An experienced photographer will be attuned to the dynamics of architectural spaces and help your audience connect with your vision.
Further reading: What to Look for When Hiring an Architectural Photographer via Architectural Photography
“It is vital to convey the the personality of a space. Top-tier photography isn’t just about beautiful imagery. The viewer must feel connected to the vision of the design.”
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