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Kitchen and Master Bathroom AdditionSusan Teare, Professional Photographer
Massachusetts Size: 2,500 square feet total; addition is 400 square feet Add to ideabook by Susan Teare, Professional Photographer by Susan Teare, Professional Photographer AFTER: This shot from the back of the house shows the rear addition. Each interior space has its own roof. Instead
allowing even the tall master bathroom roof to appear smaller from the outside. Add to ideabook by Susan Teare, Professional Photographer by Susan Teare, Professional Photographer BEFORE: This picture shows the original rear exterior of the home and backyard. In the initial phases of design
of their house, but they decided to go with a more dynamic, curved shape. Add to ideabook by Susan Teare, Professional Photographer by Susan Teare, Professional Photographer The design plan focused on the outdoor patio and lawn, and creating a transition from the new kitchen and living
Ecologia MontrealAlexandre Parent
Fondation Ecologia Architectes paysagistes : Nature Eden Superficie du projet : 2700 pieds carrés Date de finalisation du projet : septembre 2012 Photographe : Alexandre Parent
How to Photograph Your House Take Great Home Photos the Easy Way — 5 Tips From a Pro Improve your for-sale ad or just make beautiful memories with these simple strategies anyone can use Follow David Duncan Livingston Houzz Contributor and professional photographer More » Comment39 Bookmark1
"Embed" to display an article on your own website or blog. Share: As a professional interior photographer for magazines and books, I've learned a few simple tips that can make a huge difference in helping you take better photographs of your home's interior or design project. Little things like using a
Bissonette BathroomMercury Mosaics and Tile
photos taken by a professional photographer. Bigger is better: High-resolution photos with a minimum width of 1,000 pixels look best and will likely get many more views. And a professional photographer can make each image light, bright and fresh. (Don't forget to credit the photographer in your photos.)
Mill Valley, CAUrrutia Design
When you start out, try to think like a professional photographer. A pro wouldn't come into your home unprepared and spend a few quick minutes snapping shots — so you shouldn't either. Before you pick up
examples and try to implement their style. Discuss your photos with peers, take a class and then practice some more.More: Find a professional photographer in your areaHow to Photograph Your House
RoomGarrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
What if your "child" is a dog? That's okay, too. Here a professional photograph of the family pooch is mixed in among traditional prints and artwork. Incorporating the dog photo in the salon grouping is a whimsical touch
Kitchen - Wolf ResidenceJonathan Parks Architect
off the strong angle created by this island and the coordinating angle on the ceiling. This picture says a thousand words about hiring a professional photographer and interior stylist when shooting interiors.
A Small Lake HouseSusan Teare, Professional Photographer
A Small Lake House by Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
Interior Design Photography by professional photographer Craig Denis, for Roz Shuster Interior Design, Boca Raton, Fl
Daaa Interior Design Photography by professional photographer Craig Denis, for Roz Shuster Interior Design, Boca Raton, Fl
ContinuumNieto Design Group
Photo shoot by professional photographer Ken Hayden
Photo shoot by professional photographer Ken Hayden
Winter CabinSusan Teare, Professional Photographer
room chairs and want to change the finish to a very pale green/ or greenish cream. I can take them down to the bare wood I would like to use a professional refinished that works with my upholsterer but I think I need to know exactly how to get the desired result. They will make samples for me but the
Winter CabinSusan Teare, Professional Photographer
It's not a full-time home. I was the photographer for the architect and builder. There is not any more storage space. The homeowners are there quite a bit and they bring in just what they need
Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
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