Thursday, October 21, 2010

Architecture Study - My Uncle's House

The following shots are from a self-study in interior architectural photography. I am trying to properly learn how to use my 24mm TS-E L, and properly compose interior architectural shots. I used my uncle's newly built, self-designed house in the Ontario countryside for practice.

The dining area, looking out onto the field:
Interior Architecture/RE


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The front entranceway and hall:
Interior Architecture/RE

The living room:
Interior Architecture/RE

My uncle's shower area:
Interior Architecture/RE

The east bedroom:
Interior Architecture/RE

The east bedroom's bathroom:
Interior Architecture/RE

A portrait of my uncle, the architect, designer and builder of this house (a 5-year post-retirement project for him):
Interior Architecture/RE

Apropos of nothing architectural, here's a still set shot from a weird-ass post-apocalyptic short film being shot in the countryside just down the road from the aforementioned uncle's house:
Set Still from Wierd-Ass Apocalyptic Short

Kids, Kids & More Kids!

Kids are fun to shoot. Except when they are running away, squirming, pouting or running behind your camera squealing "Can I see???". A collection of the kids I've shot in the past months....

Kids!

Kids!

Kids!

Kids!

Kids!

Kids!

Kids!

Kids!

Kids!

Kids!

Kids!

Kids!