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Interiors – Simon Stanmore, 2008

26 June 2008

These photographs are part of an eight image, one room set commissioned by UK interiors magazine KBB with stylist Tamsin Weston, for their May 2008 issue.

Strobe lighting was used with long exposures to incorporate the ambient. Lighting and digital production that approaches commercial standard is required for these features, so it’s worth getting a time-efficient proofing & selection process agreed with the publisher.

Simon Stanmore became a photographer after a 16 year career in B2B sales and sales management. Based in London, he is self-taught and currently specialises in interiors photography.

Photographer since 2005, EPUK member since 2007.

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