Posted: March 9th, 2013 | Author: David Jensen | Filed under: Architectural, Interior Design Photography | Tags: Bathroom, Bedroom, Cushions, Interior, Interior Design, Interior Design Photography, Outdoor, Photography, Wallpaper, Workspaces | No Comments »
So far 2013 has brought a lot of interior assignments in and around London. Shooting for product manufacturers and interior designers, I’ve set foot in some incredible properties, and here are just a few of the images featuring:
Walk in Wardrobes
Pens, pens and more pens
And mosaic tiled bathrooms
Posted: July 28th, 2012 | Author: David Jensen | Filed under: Event Photography | Tags: Dining, London, Outdoor, Performance, Photography, Regents Park, Shakespeare, Theatre | No Comments »
In May, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre opened their £3.3m redevelopment which included a brand new box office, changing facilities and rehearsal rooms, all ready for the 2012 season.
A Midsummer Night's Dream
One of the highlights of the season was A Midsummer Night’s Dream, with artistic director Timothy Sheader giving the Shakespearean comedy a Big Fat Gypsy makeover. Along with shots of the new buildings and dining areas, I was asked to shoot the auditorium during an evening performance.
I was lucky enough to have this picture (above) featured in the Evening Standard’s ‘Big Picture’, a weekly double page spread in the centre of the paper.
Posted: February 25th, 2011 | Author: David Jensen | Filed under: Architectural, Interior Design Photography | Tags: Circular Polariser, Interior Design, Nottinghill, Photography, Wallpaper | No Comments »
Dining Room featuring Fromental's Metallic Gold Chinoiserie Wallpaper.
This Nottinghill house was incredible, and an interior photographers dream. It would have been great to shoot the whole property, but it was only this dining room, covered in Fromental’s gold metallic chinoiserie wallpaper, that needed to be photographed.
Interior of a West London Dining room featuring Fromental Wallpaper
It was a real challenge to photograph. Every angle gave the wallpaper a different result, as the metallic qualities reflected the light in every direction.
Photography tip: don’t use a circular polariser to photograph metallic wallpaper! It would normally help reduce reflections and flare in parts of the room, however here it just dulls down the metallic sheen of the paper.