Selecting a Photographer

Post Production for Interior Design and Architecture Photography:

There is no image that cannot be improved in the darkroom.
Ansel Adams

There’s little in the way of glamour in post-production. It’s all about attention to detail, patience and subtle application of artistic and technical expertise. All things being equal post-production will make the difference between an acceptable photograph and an exceptional one.

Image Processing 

  • Final images as processed for color, contrast and luminance and consistency.

    • These are “global” corrections in that they impact to entire image, and is required for all images and incurs no additional cost.
    • Client has final decision making authority in this regard, but the photographer has the responsibility for performing to professional standards.



  • A link to a proof gallery is sent within three to five working days of conclusion of a shoot.

    • We normally get the color right but some adjustments are expected.
    • If more than three color adjustment cycles are required we will need to sit down together to make the adjustments the client feels are needed.



  • Once the client has approved final color we begin work on localized corrections and retouching.

    • Localized adjustments may, or may not incur additional costs.
    • If a corner is too dark, or too bright.
    • Change the cropping of an image.
    • Remove switch plates and heat registers.
    • Other client specified changes.



  • Once retouching is complete images are delivered in three to five working days.

    • I normally deliver a high resolution JPG and a low resolution, web ready JPG sized @2400 Pixels on the long dimension.
    • Client may specify which format they prefer: tif or jpg.
    • Images along with a license and one copy of all paperwork is sent as a .zip file via WeTransfer.