Angles, straight lines, perspectives, composition, flow of light. These are some of the things us architectural photographers get all nerdy about. Recently, I was invited down to photograph a property named High Pines, located in Farnham, Surrey. Designed and built by the current owner, it’s a secluded gem of architectural exterior and interior design. It’s a building I could spend several days photographing due to its bounteous opportunities for amazing photographs. As I walked around, camera in hand, doing my usual recce lap of the property, I soon realised I needed discipline to not get carried away. This isn’t the time to take 100 images. This is when you take a step back and prioritise the compositions which work best at showcasing the property, its design and the lifestyle it provides.
High Pines is a sensational home and one where the passion of its owner really shines, both inside and out. A pleasure to photograph.