Architectural Photography: Editing Small Details
In the course of reviewing images during the final edit of an architectural photography project, I always look for distracting details that should be eliminated. Some details such as wall plates and cables are necessary parts of a corporate interior. However, they can also detract from the intention of the interior designer.
The above original image (prior to editing) shows several devices on the wall as well as an electrical outlet. We removed them in post production. This evoked the following response from the interior designer:
"And a special thank you for photoshopping those horrible existing devices out of the wall underneath the Gillette signage. 😊 We were not on site much during construction because of COVID, so those were a big surprise when we stopped in when the project was complete."
Even a small item like a brand label on a mat can be distracting.
We also used several editing techniques to add resolution to the view out the windows and bring them into better luminance relative to the rest of the architectural interior.
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