Behind the Scenes on an Anthony Edwards photoshoot

Behind The Scenes Anthony Edwards Kitchens

After recently joining the team at Anthony Edwards, I very quickly got the chance to assist on a photoshoot of an amazing kitchen in Preshaw. This project had features such as copper pendant lights, tall grey kitchen cabinets and a larder. My immediate reaction to the kitchen was that it was spacious and had a really interesting modern design.

Before beginning the photoshoot, the first step called for me and Kahren to make sure the space was ready to be shot. Fortunately, the homeowner had taken it upon herself to make sure all the surfaces were clear before we arrived – making for a good start. I was kept busy arranging books and other small items before the shoot properly started.

The shoot then began with photographer Michel. It was extremely insightful to see how Michel worked and how the collaboration between him and Kahren flowed so easily. The kitchen had a lot of truly interesting features so quite a few angles and perspectives had to be shot. Michel also worked with adjusting exposure and seeing where the natural light would compliment the kitchen.

Anthony Edwards Kitchens Photoshoot Outcome

My personal favourite feature within the kitchen was the set of magnificent copper pendant lights. They added quirkiness to the kitchen and complimented the grey tones beautifully. Anthony Edwards do work a lot with experimental lighting and it makes such a bold statement that works so well. Within this kitchen, there was also uplighting on top of the wall units. This created such an interesting glow of light that elevated the features even more. This kitchen had been lacking the presence of light before so the owner was extremely pleased with the transformation.

Throughout the shoot, I was on hand to adjust certain elements and make sure every detail looked just right – for example making sure the picture board was secure and aligned right. I also helped move a few pieces out of frame in order for certain features to be more visible. It really was a smoothly run process and it was great working with Kahren and Michel.

For my first experience working on an interior shoot, I truly did enjoy myself. The shoot didn’t take too long and all of the vital features in the kitchen were photographed well. The final photos came out brilliantly and did justice to the true atmosphere of the kitchen.

PHOTOGRAPHY: MICHEL FOCARD DE FONTEFIGUIERES

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