Creating your Fine Art Property Photograph Wall Art
We've outlined the overall process for you below to make things as simple 1-2-3.
The photographic process
On the agreed date I will arrive at your property around an hour before sunset with my assistant (aka my wonderful husband). This gives us time to make sure everything is tidy, that objects are in the most aesthetically pleasing place, that we’re both happy with how your home will look, and to give us a chance to set up the camera in the best place to capture our photos.
The initial photos will be taken around 30 minutes before sunset – this gives me the base images for your artwork.
The next set of images are taken at sunset, if we’re lucky enough we’ll get a beautiful sky to compliment the finished image. However, if the sky isn’t kind to us I can use my editing skills in post-production to improve the image.
We’ll then wait a little while until it gets completely dark. In the winter that’s quite quick but in summer it does take a little longer. We’ll ask you to put all the lights on inside the property so we can capture the details inside. Once we’ve done that we’ll use our specialist lighting technique to light any personal possessions, especially any that are truly special to you that you’d really want to be seen in the final artwork. Once we’ve finished inside, we’ll use our specialist lighting techniques again outside to bring out the character and personality of your property. The final stage is to make sure that we have every image that we need to be able to create your heirloom piece of art, that you can pass on down the generations to remember your family home.
The finished product
Having taken so much creativity and time to produce your piece of art, your Fine Art Property Photography wall art is presented on a fantastic metal print. This is produced by fusing a photograph onto a thin panel of aluminium. This specialist printing process picks up all the detail that I’ve created inside your home, on the walls of the building, and the garden and the sky, to give the artwork a real depth with beautiful colour definition that makes your home really come to life.
My standard-size of photographic art is the 30×20 metal print which is a fantastic size to be hung on your wall over a fireplace or sofa. Larger sizes are available to make your wall art stand out even more.