Preparing for an interior shoot can be surprisingly tricky.
Some homeowners are delighted to have their creation photographed. Others, having endured the building process for months, are less thrilled. This is understandable. A shoot is an intrusion and involves moving more “stuff” than you might expect.
Organisation sounds a little dull, but it can make all the difference to the success of your shoot. The key is to manage the homeowners expectations so they are not surprised by how long it takes or that their belongings are (ever so respectfully) moved.
With this in mind I have prepared a guide for architects and designers to give to homeowners before a shoot to let them know what to expect and how to prepare.
The aim is to warn them in advance of what will happen and politely nudge them towards a tidier, more shoot friendly home.
Here is the link