Beautiful Bath and Shower

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This beautiful bathroom was shot for Aerial Design Build. While we photographed the entire Manhattan apartment, this was the showpiece for my client.

There were two problems. The first problem was the size of the room. I was only able to get a couple of feet from the shower door which made it impossible to get it all in one frame. To solve this, I made three separate photographs of the bath area. One down the center one on the top and one on the bottom. Those three photographs were then stitched together later in Photoshop. 

The second problem was reflections. Because I was shooting through glass there were distracting reflections everywhere. My polarizer wasn’t doing the job, so every little refection was removed in Photoshop after the shoot.

Needless to say, the client was very happy.

To see more of my work go to my web site. http://www.peterdressel.com

Subterranean Farm

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I was recently hired by Farm One to photograph their subterranean farm located two stories below street level in Manhattan.  The climate controlled space is very small and 75% of it is occupied by the large shelves where the rare herbs grow hydroponically. 

The challenge was how to capture the entire space in one photograph.  Even with my widest lens, I couldn’t get it all in one frame.  The solution: three separate photographs made on site and then stitching them together later in Photoshop.

To see more of my work go to my web site. http://www.peterdressel.com

 

Now you see it. Now you don’t

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This was shot for New York architect Joel Sanders.  Using an animated GIF was a great way to show the versatility of the space while maintaning the great interior design.

To see more of my photography go to my web site: www.PeterDressel.com