As ever working with JAM Studio Architects is always a pleasure. They value the results I provide, and give me the space and time to light the shots properly, because they know how this benefits the final shots. You can read into some of the insights on this particular commission on my blog here, this will give you a good idea of how we worked on the day. As you will see interior and architectural photography isn't just a case of turning up with a tripod and a few lenses. We had to render match a lot of the shots, which meant I had to shoot a lot wider than I'm comfortable with, this was however part of the brief, and it does provide quite a dramatic look, we also decided to let the exposure at the windows slip a stop or so, there wasn't any great detail out there worth recording. It's amazing how close to the renders you can actually get when you have the arsenal of great shift lenses Canon provide at your disposal, it's the only way to work when you're shooting the built environment.