Is the title of our latest published work in the September 2011 issue of Ireland’s Homes Interiors & Living magazine…
.. on pages 66 to 78, plus on the cover too – featuring Victoria and Neil Robertson’s converted farmhouse near Portglenone in County Antrim.
“Victoria and Neil traded town for country when they moved from their London crash pad to a converted barn in the heart of the countryside near Portglenone.”
Which I talked about shooting here: Lets talk cushions.
The traditional image of an interior photographer is the guy who comes out to shoot one’s home for the Estate agents’ leaflets & websites. Generally speaking this can be done in a comparatively short space of time.
However, shooting for a glossy magazine is very different.
Firstly, every single picture taken on the day has the potential of either appearing on the cover or as a double page spread within the magazine.
Secondly, most of the magazines are printed to a very high standard, which means every detail within the image can be very clearly seen. These magazines are widely read and therefore their Editors demand very high standards too.
As a result, every effort is made to achieve “picture perfect” every time.
And as I have said many time before, the quality of this magazine means the images always looks amazing – – which is lovely to see after all the hard work has been done.
So a huge thanks to everyone involved for their hard work – and congratulations once again to Neil and Victoria here…
.. especially for making it onto the cover too.
From Marie, Mandi & me @ ampimage.com