Here is an example of the post-production work that goes into a seemingly simple image. Taking the picture is the smaller part. Most of the work, to create the final output, happens at the studio in Photoshop. #findthe10differences
In interior design photography Photoshop and Lightroom are your best friend. Depending on the subject it isn’t always possible to get the shot you want in one single frame. This shot below for Westchester Home needed to show the whole side of the room. Since the room was quite narrow this could have been achieved only with an ultra wide lens. The disadvantage of ultra wides is tons of distortion. Therefor I try to limit myself to a 24mm lens on a 35mm sensor for this kind of work.