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Interior photography for Sussex Innovation Centre

Interior Photography in Sussex

This is another very pleasant interior photography shoot I did for a local business in Brighton. Sussex Innovation Centre offer business support, and they also have many different sized offices and meeting rooms available for rent. We started by photographing their biggest meeting /seminar room in meeting layout.

interior photography meeting room

Before the shoot we had discussed the time schedule and order in which the different rooms would be best to photograph, to make the most effective use of time. Kelly from SIC had also organised people from the building to take part for shots where the meeting rooms are in use. It’s always a challenge to get non-professional “models” to look natural in shots like these, but I think we just about managed.

interior photography with models

While the seminar room was rearranged to a different setup, I photographed a few offices in use by various companies within the building.

office interior photography

sussex innovation centre office

Both big and small…

sic brighton rented office

Tip: if you get people who don’t want to be in photos, place them facing away from the camera. 😉

office in use interior photography

They also rent one-person-offices.

one person office

And huge open ones.

large open office in sussex innovation centre

One of the offices was empty for the time being. Available for rent! 🙂 (although may not be when you’re reading this)

empty office photo

A few shots of their smaller meeting rooms…

Sussex Innovation Centre small meeting room hire

A bit more acting from the Sussex Innovation Centre residents…

SIC big meeting room hire

 

This meeting room was actually in use, so we got an action shot of a workshop at this point.

Sussex Innovation Centre bright meeting room

Back to the Seminar Room for photos of a different layout.

Sussex Innovation Centre Seminar Room

Sussex Innovation Centre Seminar Room

And in the meantime the other room was getting ready for empty (of people) shots.

I couldn’t decide which was better, to have the blinds on or off, so I took a photo with options, so that they can decide which ones to use.

It’s always good to take slightly different shots of the same space anyway so the client can use either photo depending on where they use it and for what purpose. And of course they may want to show their prospective clients the different way the meeting room looks like, in which case they would need to have both photos.

So all in all a very enjoyable photo shoot, thanks to brilliant people I got to work with. And the client were very happy with the photos, which is always great.

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