With the rise in interior design websites and blogs, the need for excellent interior photography and expert 3D renderings of inside spaces is at an all time high. Alongside eye-catching initial designs, architecture firms, real estate agents, restaurants, cafes and hotels must get their interior photography right or risk being lost in the crowd. To help you keep up with the trend, here are our top 10 interior photography tips …
Feng shui is something that most people have heard of, but few have an understanding of what it actually is. When it comes to interior design and architecture, the basic concepts of feng shui can be useful when coming up with new ideas or to develop a greater understanding of space. To help you improve your understanding of feng shui and how it can help your own practice, here are the basics, including 10 feng shui interior design tips to get you started.
IDI student Michal Dzikowski is about to embark on the travel photography trip of a lifetime. As the official photographer for an expedition to take place later in the year to Colombia’s Chiribiquete National Park, Michal has been tasked with capturing the first detailed images of 3,600 year old cave paintings for scientific records. The group will also be on the lookout for previously undiscovered paintings. However, with the ancient tribal cave’s location deep in the Amazon jungle, the journey will not be easy.
When looking for a volcano photographer you need look no further than Iceland. With it’s position on the mid-Atlantic ridge, Iceland has 30 active volcano systems, 13 of which have erupted since the land was first inhabited in AD 874. Iceland’s volcanoes have erupted a third of the total global lava output in the last 500 years and the activity doesn’t look like it’s dying out any time soon. Coupled with Iceland’s love of landscape photography, there have been some fantastic pictures of volcanoes taken there in recent times by some of the world’s leading volcano photographers.
2014 has been an exciting year for photography. With the upturn from the global recession providing more opportunities for professional photographers, there has been a renewed optimism in the industry. The continued advancement of social media and mobile technology has also seen the amateur photographer enjoying some new success. But what have been the biggest changes this year? The list below details 10 of the biggest photography trends we have seen so far in 2014.