Having shot some of the most iconic projects around the world, interior and architecture photographer, Mike Kelley, sees spaces in a different light. In this video, he reveals the best practices and techniques to enhance the attributes of interior projects through the smart use of lens. Kelley notes that the quality of images can make or break a design firm. "Images tell the story of a space," he says. "It can be a financial commitment on top of everything else, but it's well worth investing in this asset."
He speaks about the role of lighting, camera level, and the must-have equipment for the best results. Kelley also shares his favourite architecture projects, which include the Broad Museum and the Case Study House No. 22 by legendary American architect, Richard Neutra.
Read the full interview with Kelley in the March 2019 issue of Commercial Interior Design.