When it started to slow down due to winter approaching, I got a call from Danica Satell, an interior designer I work with on the main line. She was excited by a small project, just one room, a kitchen, and wanted to know if I was interested in photographing it.
I said of course and decided to help her out with cost by shooting it without an assistant. Since it was only one room, there was not a lot of moving around. Plus she lived next door and would be able to start staging before I arrived.
I asked her to send me a few pictures and we would take it from there.
When I got there, I saw a nice contemporary kitchen that would be perfect for her portfolio. We decided on two images, an overall image looking towards the back porch and a detail of the range area.
Being that it was late fall, the sun never entered into the kitchen. So I decided this would be a great opportunity to use my new Profoto Narrow Beam Reflector to simulate sunlight. It worked well, giving me a splash of light to break up the room and add depth, which Danica really liked.
On this shoot I decided to setup a second camera to capture a time lapse of what I did. Click on the video below to check it out.