Posted by: Michelle Stella Riordan | March 8, 2011

It’s what’s on the inside that counts…

They may be America’s last pioneers, urban nomads in search of wide open interior spaces.” ~ Cathleen McGuigan 

Working with an architect or a custom builder means getting inside someone’s head.  THAT is a very scary place…says the crazy photographer! 

So, the pot just called the kettle ‘CMYK’. 

Photographing the interior of an amazing work of art is a fascinating thing.  That is how I approach the subject.  I have no expectations of a place or its space.  There has to be a certain flow.

 

Interior

It certainly helps if you have an Interior Designer to work with you, a Feng Shui expert or at least a couple of big, burly men to help move some heavy-duty pieces. 

All rooms were not created equal.  Each has a distinct attitude…a certain rhythm. 

 

Interior

 

A room can be bold, a room can be elegant or a room can simply take your breath away!

 

Interior

 

  “Art can only be truly art by presenting an adequate outward symbol of some fact in the interior life.” ~Margaret Fuller

 

Interior CAC NYE

Michelle Stella Riordan

www.photobyexposure.com

michelle@photobyexposure.com

 All Interior images (except the last one) were photographed with a Hasselblad, Fuji NPS 120 film & Bogen tripod. 

DISCLAIMER:  NO REALTORS WERE INJURED OR BANKRUPTED IN THE CREATION OF THESE INTERIORS!!! 

Photography By Exposure

Special Events, Corporate, Interiors, Aerial, Portraits

Studio, On Location

special events, corporate, interiors, aerial, portraits

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