As some of you may know from following the Phase One blog and emails, I regularly serve as a digital tech for the brilliant and extremely talented campaign beauty photography Sarah Silver.
After working with Phase One on a behind-the-scenes look at Silver’s digital workflow, followed by a webinar hosted by Sarah and myself, Phase One asked me to write a blog post about my own workflow as an interior photographer.
The truth is, I’m a visual person, as I’m sure many of you are; I’d much rather see things in action. With that, we decided a video would be the best way to show how I photograph interiors using Capture One 8.
Huge benefit with one application
For this particular production, I partnered with my favorite interior design brand, Viyet; the online destination for nearly new furniture finds from top designers. Feauturing pieces from distinguished lines such as B&B Italia, Cassina, Christian Liaigre, Holly Hunt, Ligne Roset, and Mies van der Rohe, the online redesign brand is changing the game for high-end furniture consignment.
When we started looking at production dates, Viyet was about to launch its very first pop-up shop at the FLOR store in SoHo, New York. The launch featured interior vignettes designed by Jennifer Hunter & Goergie Hambright of J+G Design; and Patrick J. Hamilton, an interior designer regularly featured on ApartmentTherapy.com.
This turned out to be the perfect challenge for myself and Capture One 8: an intimate space with two uniquely designed interior concepts — and of course, not enough hours in the day.
Without further ado, please enjoy this behind-the-scenes look into our day with Viyet at the FLOR store, and the final images from the shoot.
Topher Scott is a fashion, lifestyle and interior photographer based in New York. Originally from New Orleans, Topher was inspired by the rich arts culture and historic architecture of the Deep South. Clients include Nike, Bluefly, Elle, Viyet, Titanium and Volvo.