As a Toronto real estate photographer and interior photographer I get to see a lot of really cool places in the city. From condos to houses and offices, Toronto has some unique spaces and I love to shoot them.
I do a lot of interior photography for Spaces by Jac Flash, a company run by interior decorator Jaclyn Genovese. She mostly designs apartments, condos and houses but for this job she had worked on an office space.
As usual the place looked amazing and it made my job really easy. The exposed wood flooring, the big bay windows and the custom desks were all very cool. There was even a mini kitchen and living room area.
As an interior photographer, I always want to make sure I capture all the small vignettes within a large room as well as capturing the rooms size and content positions for the full room shots.
There were a lot of really nice decorative additions to the space. An old Toronto street sign, cool light fixtures, a rotary phone, beautiful furniture and a private office with all the trinkets.
The space was located in the downtown core of the city and we spent about 2 hours there capturing all the angles and small details. I mostly shoot wide-angle photographs but I have been using my 50mm more and more for the details and small vignettes.
If you want to follow along with some of Jaclyn’s creations, check out her Instagram page.
I try to post my work on my Instagram page as well as I have not been keeping up with my blog posts on here. You will find my most recent work as an interior photographer there.