It’s been a long time I didn’t wrote on this blog. Not that I stopped taking photos, but life is full of experiences, and I was enjoying them! So here come the first post in almost 7 months now.
As part of my job in Auckland, I had the opportunity to join the photograph in charge of taking pictures of one of the previous job of the office. It was a great chance for me to see how actually work professional photographers, the attention to details, listen to precious advices about setting-up a scene as well as capturing the best of it and post-processing it. I did my best, but I must admit I had a jealous eye on his capture, even direct out of the lense. The good thing is that without the pressure of a result, I could let the creativity go out of my photos!
The project was the renovation and extension of an existing brick and concrete house, with a “social area” on the basement, with a kid playroom and a TV room. The extension was adding a carport and a guest bedroom and ensuite, linked to the main room by a wonderful wooden porch.
Architects Stephen Jones Architects
Location Auckland, New Zealand
Year 2009 – 2011
The photograph website: Kallan Macleod