Interior Photography Melbourne
Interior photography is a key specialisation of Melbourne Photographer Estelle Judah and she brings her clients a wealth of experience that will guarantee each of their projects will result in inspirational images that showcase their products and appeal to the desired audience.
Estelle’s brand of interior photography fuses style and aspiration with lifestyle photography that connects people with the space. That connection with people takes on many forms; the functional aspect of how they use and interact with space, the creative interaction in terms of exploring the creative possibilities and styling aesthetic that can be achieved, and finally the powerful emotional connection that people have with their own personal space. All this combines to create images that are hugely successful at selling the products they feature.
For her interior photography clients, Estelle works across real locations and studio-based set ups, but the result she is striving to achieve is to always make the images feel genuine and relevant. She explains ‘Interior photography demands massive attention to detail because there are a myriad of stories weaving through any project that work their way into the final images. Interior photographs need to have a profound effect on the viewer, and we work to draw them in through the overall aesthetics and composition, while the lighting is the key factor that gives the shot its realism and genuine feel.’
Creating individual style and distinction within a market place is vital for a brand to achieve stand out, and Estelle works with each of her clients to develop a unique approach and visual product. She brings together the best talent in the industry, including interior designers, stylists and art directors, and personally manages every project to ensure that her clients enjoy the highest standards of service and attention to detail.
For more information about working with Estelle for your interior photography project, please call or email her. You’ll find all her contact details here.