Interior Design - A Look Through the Lens
This week Nordique has caught up with interior design photographer Robin Vasseghi. Robin was a late starter in professional photography - only taking it up as a career in his 30s. Since then, his passion for photography and all things Scandinavian has led to him forging a career in Stockholm, focussing on some of Sweden's most stylish apartments.
"I love seeing the trends develop in Nordic style" Robin told Nordique. "What was originally quite a minimalistic style has really developed into a broader range. It makes interior design photography a lot more fun to see a variety of styles!"
We asked Robin for his top tips for interior design photography: "It's important to consider how the light hits the room, so that it falls on what you want to be in focus. Then ensure a composition of the picture so that you can convey the true feeling in the room that you want to get across to the viewer - think about what makes this home or subject unique. I like straight lines and angles, with focus on key features, and prefer this approach to wide-angle shots, but that's just my preference."