I’ve photographed quite a few kitchens over the past couple of years and the best to shoot have utilised a lot of natural lighting. This project had a huge amount and I made sure I took full advantage of it.
Bi folding glass doors strike again running along the rear ground floor of the building, paired with light wood floors and white walls gives you a bright airy living space.
A great touch was to add a small strip of glass to lighten what would of been the darkest point of the space. The Island features a high gloss work surface while the rear worktop uses rolled stainless steel.
To shoot this I used a polarising filter to reduce reflections, and only required a flash when picking out the details. In post I didn’t need to do too much on top of the general image clean up with just a few bits of dodging and burning to balance out the image.