Ashley Morrison's Blog

August 3, 2011

Country Classic.

Is the title of our latest published work in the September 2011 issue of Ireland’s Homes Interiors & Living magazine…
The cover plus pages 66 to 76 in the September 2011 issue of Ireland's Homes Interiors & Living magazine featuring Victoria and Neil Robertson's converted farmhouse near Portglenone in County Antrim.
.. 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…
Victoria Robertson in the sitting room of her converted farmhouse near Portglenone in County Antrim.
.. especially for making it onto the cover too.

From Marie, Mandi & me @ ampimage.com

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1 Comment »

  1. I liked your article is an interesting technology
    thanks to google I found you

    Comment by google — August 29, 2011 @ 7:42 pm | Reply


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