Interior Photography Norwich

Residential Property Photography

Interior Photography Norwich

We’ve been shooting Interior Photography for a number of years. We’ve shot for a whole host of clients across the UK including major Restaurant Chains, Hotels and Estate Agents and Private Clients. Selling a property and moving house is one of the most stressful times in a person’s life. It may surprise you, but people spend more time looking at a car before purchasing it, than when buying their new home. Why is this relevant to Interior Photography? With more than 98 percent of buyers clicking on to the internet to search for their new homes, the first few seconds’ viewing has become make or break. You only need to go online and look at the range of photos on any popular property website and you will see a stark contrast in Interior Photography quality.

Interior Photography Norwich – How Important Is it?

You’ll see some showing bright, sunny rooms with minimal looks, clean rooms and a lack of clutter. Homes with floral arrangements, fresh towels and crisp bedding. On the flipside, you may very well see that the next house is filthy, unmade beds, dirty dishing in the sink, washing on the line and toys and clothes left lying around. High-Quality Interior Photography is by far the most important part of marketing your property for sale so it is worth having professional photos taken.  Today you have to take an active part in selling your home and learn to market it. You have to put yourself in the shoes of potential buyers who have a massive potential number of properties to view. What’s going to make your property stand out! The answer is Interior Photography.

Peoples impressions are won and lost through photographs. It doesn’t matter if it’s booking a holiday or buying a car, sales are generated through professional photography. The old cliche of a picture telling a thousand word is just so true.  you are seeing your house for the first time. The key to best presenting a house for sale is to tidy, declutter, clean, neutralise the decor, fix minor repairs, decorate if appropriate and subtly accessorise.”

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Interior Photography Norwich – How Important Is it?

You’ll see some showing bright, sunny rooms with minimal looks, clean rooms and a lack of clutter. Homes with floral arrangements, fresh towels and crisp bedding. On the flipside, you may very well see that the next house is filthy, unmade beds, dirty dishing in the sink, washing on the line and toys and clothes left lying around. High-Quality Interior Photography is by far the most important part of marketing your property for sale so it is worth having professional photos taken.  Today you have to take an active part in selling your home and learn to market it. You have to put yourself in the shoes of potential buyers who have a massive potential number of properties to view. What’s going to make your property stand out! The answer is Interior Photography. Peoples impressions are won and lost through photographs. It doesn’t matter if it’s booking a holiday or buying a car, sales are generated through professional photography. The old cliche of a picture telling a thousand word is just so true.  You are seeing your new house for the first time. The key to best presenting a house for sale is to tidy, declutter, clean, neutralise the decor, fix minor repairs, decorate if appropriate and subtly accessorise.”

We cover Interior Photography Norwich and across the whole of the UK on larger projects. We undertook a project for La Tasca Restaurant, shooting Interior Photography across the UK for the new La Tasca Website. Norfolk has a wide range or Urban and Rural properties, so we shoot a real mix of properties from Terrace House, through to stately homes. Good photography is vital to selling a home. First impressions count and it is the photos that will make buyers decide whether they want to book a viewing or not.

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Estate Agency Photography Norwich

Norwich Interior Photographer

Estate Agency Photography Norwich

Interior Photography Norwich

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We shoot Interior Photography in Norwich and across the whole of the UK on larger projects. We undertook a project for La Tasca Restaurant, shooting Interior Photography across the UK for the new La Tasca Website. Norfolk has a wide range or Urban and Rural properties, so we shoot a real mix of properties from Terrace House, through to stately homes. Good photography is vital to selling a home. First impressions count and it is the photos that will make buyers decide whether they want to book a viewing or not.

To find out more about our full range of services, why not reach out and speak to one of our team today on Mob: 07871 364041 or email studio@blanc-creative.com

 

 

Hotel Room Interior Photography

Professional Interior Photography Norwich

The Brudenell Hotel Suffolk – Interior Photography from Lee Blanchflower Ltd

Norwich Interior Photography - Lee Blanchflower

Shooting interior photography at this modern seafront hotel at the end of the Aldeburgh parade was a real pleasure. The modern Brudenell Hotel is 1 mile from Maggi Hambling’s Scallop sculpture, and 1.7 miles from the Britten-Pears Foundation at Red House, the former home of composer Benjamin Britten and tenor Peter Pears. We were commissioned to undertake a variety of commercial photography shoots for the family-friendly Brudenell. These would reflect all aspects of a guest staying at the stylish hotel. The photography would be used to provide a bespoke image bank. Our Interior Photography images are shot to ensure media can be used across all platforms including printed brochures, social media and website galleries. 

Norwich Interior Photography

Interior Photography Norwich

Part of the project included delivering stylish interior photography that would reflect the luxury guest rooms paying particular attention to room detail. Interior photography lighting is so important that it’s almost a specialism in itself. You need to balance the lighting so there are no overly dark shadows or overly bright highlights. We used the light that was available in the room including lamps, overhead lighting and natural light from windows. We always try to reduce the need for artificial lighting as soft, natural light will deliver a far more relaxing feel and look.  Window light is a huge friend, particularly during ‘golden hours’ – early in the morning or late in the afternoon when shadows are not as harsh and sunlight is not as direct. Scouting a location and scene beforehand to get an idea of how light falls in the space is really important. If we notice lighting is falling too harshly, we schedule the shoot around the lighting will always benefit the space we are shooting inside.

Interior Photography Norwich

Interior Photography Norwich

Professional Interior Photography Norwich

Norwich Interior Photography - Lee Blanchflower

Planning Your Interior Photography

Planning is so important. You simply can’t shoot Interior Photography at random. Room features play an important element to creating a story. Each room will have it’s own character and atmosphere that really comes to life with the addition of carefully placed items. Rooms are people spaces so a balance has to be made between showcasing the room and shooting interior photography as a people place. Not every room or space is a showhouse and this needs to be reflected in the finished product. Sometimes a stack of carefully chosen magazines or a coffee table book will create the look you’re after. When we shoot Interior photography, our wealth of experience in this specialist area has proved invaluable when working closely with our clients. This extends across residential properties, commercial premises or industrial spaces.

Professional Interior Photography Norwich

Norwich Interior Photography

Norwich Commercial Photography - Lee Blanchflower

Commercial Photography Norwich from Blanc Creative

If you’d like to find out more about how we can help showcase your interior spaces with professional Interior Photography, why not reach out and speak with one of team today on Mob: 07871 364041 or email studio@blanc-creative.com 

Situated in the heart of Norwich and covering assignments throughout the UK, the Lee Blanchflower Ltd creative team deliver commercial photography, professional film production and licensed Drone Filming to a really diverse range of businesses. After seven years of hard work in the industry trading as  Blanc Creative, we thought it was about time that we made things a little more transparent across our business and as a result, Lee Blanchflower Ltd was born. We have to say that our attention to detail and epic customer service hasn’t changed, nor has our client base. We work solely in the commercial sector with sole traders, start-ups, established businesses, Advertising Agencies & International Press covering everything from PR, Editorial work, Film Production and Licensed Drone operations.  What you won’t see is wedding photographs, pet photography or family portraits.  We seriously pride ourselves on being “people” people and our unique selling point is transparency. Our favourable pricing structures are visible for every one of our services, so you won’t find any nasty surprises once you’ve decided to book an assignment.


How to Shoot Interior Photography

Interior Photography Norwich

How to Shoot Interior Photography

Interior Photography is one of a number of specialist types of assignment that Blanc Creative and we’ve been out again this month photographing the latest in luxurious Norfolk Wedding Venues, Fishley Hall. The property has been in the Molineux family since 1953 and dates back to the Seventeenth century. It has been lovingly refurbished from a derelict state after the last occupant left in 1980 and then sat unloved for 30 years. Work started in 2012 and the extensive renovations have been undertaken with Phil the farmer, a very talented bricklayer called Pigglet and Godffrey a friendly local builderWe have used and kept all original features where possible and matched new to old.

The interior photography project at Fishley Hall  is something of a work in progress. Blanc Creative have photographed just a small percentage of this perfectly idyllic country wedding venue. Set in 350 acres of beautiful Norfolk Countryside, the interior. We commenced work on a small part of the 8 bedrooms, Bridal suite, family rooms and ground floor bedroom with ensuite.

To coincide with the shoot, we thought this may be a great chance to give 3 simple tips on interior photography. And here they are;

1) Firstly, the light has to be right. We started in the kitchen and the sun was pouring on through the kitchen window. Since we’re shooting stationary objects, we have very little choice in waiting for the right light or alternatively, using artificial light to compensate. So we had a coffee and an hour later, we were blessed with some partial cloud and a little movement in the sun. We were ready to go for it. Wait for the light to be the best it can. Whilst we were looking for a natural look, it’s generally a good idea to compensate with a little fill in flash. Try and avoid heavy shadows and be careful to avoid objects that are going to give the game away with flash refection. Where possible, we avoid a 100 light set-up with ten reflectors and a show of how much kit you can take out on a shoot. If nothing else, room size will dictate just how much your shots will cope with.

2) Double checking everything. You can save valuable shooting time with preparation and ensuring where possible, that rooms are dressed and checked before you arrive. Interior Photography is one genre of photography where unwanted items can appear in your shot because you are too wrapped up in ensuring the images are technically correct. I will always remember returning from one f my first ever interior shoots, extremely happy that the images needed very little editing, only to find that the I’d completely missed the additional lens and hood that I’d stood on the worktop.

• Reflections of objects that will be difficult to remove in post.
• Uneven sheets, crumpled pillows and short valences on beds.
• Vertical lines particularly when shooting with wider lenses when trying to maximise the look of smaller rooms

3) Don’t trust your hands. You may have steady hands, but don’t you them for interior photography. Virtually all professional interior photographers know that a tripod is essential. If you want a crisp, clear and professional looking photograph of your interior, make sure you use a tripod. It’s also a great means to shoot longer exposures when the lighting is that little bit lower. If the windows are causing exsessive over exposure, it may also act as an emergency means to bracket you image for some post processing (Only use this method as a last resort.)

4) Post Production. Interior Photography’s best friend is Post-production. It is a huge asset to interior photography. It’s very rare that an  interior design image comes out exactly as you want it to look. Work on getting your images to the very best standards of lighting and perspective as you can. Try to make sure you get the composition correct first time round to prevent the excessive need for vertical correction will help keep post-production to a minimum.

For further details of Blanc Creative interior photography services, please contact one of our team on Tel: 07871 364041 or email studio@blanc-creative.com

Interior Photography Norwich

Interior Photography Norwich

Interior Photography Norwich

Interior Photography Norwich

Interior Photography Norwich


Interior Photography Norwich

Interior Photography Norwich

Interior Photography Norwich

Interior Photography Norwich

Interior Photography Norwich

Interior Photography Norwich