Ashley Morrison's Blog

December 23, 2011

Finishing off…

.. the year 2011, by shooting some great homes for next years Christmas magazines.

And so, we finished yesterday by shooting this stunning Edwardian home…
The dining table in Emma & Jason Johnston's Edwardian detached home near Banbridge in County Down at Christmas time.
.. which was beautifully decorated and furnished by the owners Emma & Jason Johnston here…
Emma and Jason Johnston in the sitting room of their Edwardian detached home near Banbridge in County Down.
.. in near Banbridge in County Down.

Emma is an Interior Designer who recently launched a very stylish product range of linen footstools, headboards and bed boxes…
Master bedroom in Emma and Jason Johnston's Edwardian detached home near Banbridge in County Down at Christmas time.
.. so the suggestion of featuring their home in a magazine appealed to them, as an ideal opportunity to showcase her various products.

Here’s wishing her every success with her new venture – as we keep our fingers crossed that the Editors like what they see here…
The kitchen in Emma and Jason Johnston's Edwardian detached home near Banbridge in County Down.
.. too.

Anyway, that’s it for this year – so all that’s left to say is: Have a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, from Marie, Mandi & me @ ampimage.com

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4 Comments »

  1. […] Which we talked about shooting here: Finishing off. […]

    Featured in the December 2012 issue of 25 Beautiful Homes magazine…
    Pages 152 to 155 in the December 2012 issue of 25 Beautiful Homes magazine featuring Emma and Jason Johnston's Edwardian detached house near Banbridge in County Down at Christmas.
    .. on pages 152 to 155.

    Pingback by Ringing the changes. | Ashley Morrison's Blog — May 16, 2016 @ 2:46 pm | Reply

  2. In some of your pictures I can’t figure out where the flash light comes from, seems like through the window. Do you place them outside pointing through the window, as to replicate daylight? Am I right or wrong here?..
    Also- do you do a lot of exposure bracketing, (as I can see here on Capture One Pro software window) and blend everything in Photoshop?

    Comment by Jura — January 18, 2012 @ 8:38 pm | Reply

    • Answer to your 1st question is: Yes.
      Answer to your 2nd question is: Sometimes – but more often than not, the main reason for so many frames, is because the Stylist will be changing & moving things to suit the camera – so I’d shoot-off another frame, to let her see what the camera is seeing, as that’s often very different to how the eye sees it (as you know).

      So I usually only need to process the last few frames; however, I would usually keep them all, because sometimes we may try a number of things – and then make the final call, back in the studio, later on.

      “Better looking at it, than looking for it” – as they say – and it would be the same with the exposures, so I bracket them too, just as I would back in the days of film.

      Comment by Ashley Morrison — January 18, 2012 @ 9:58 pm | Reply

  3. Just a note to say: Congratulations to Emma & Jason – as 25 Beautiful Homes magazine have said they would love to feature your home.

    So that’s one to look out for in next years Christmas issue 🙂

    Comment by Ashley Morrison — January 7, 2012 @ 2:38 pm | Reply


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