London Photographer | Interior Designer

Architectural Photographer | Trend Designs

Greenwich Property | London Development


Trend Designs

"We pride our success on our passionate & professional approach in bringing innovative design solutions to all projects we undertake & it is these values that are always at the heart of what we do."  trenddesigns.co.uk

The Campaign

This photoshoot helped create a set of high quality photography for London interior design company, Trend Designs. We operate on a project-by-project basis rather than for a specific marketing campaign, offering a creative freedom during the London interior photography photoshoot.

The Photoshoot

Working alongside Abbie (Trend Designs), the London architectural photoshoot took place in a single day during the winter months. Restricted daylight ours added an additional time constraints on the the photoshoot, but with some long exposures and fancy camera tricky, we made it work.



How to Photograph a Living Room

There are many ways to approach photographing a living room. Photographing interiors in London pulls in a variety of techniques to properly capture the diverse array of sizes and shapes us architectural photographers visit each week. As my style develops, I find showing the function of a space becoming more and more important to capture as a London interior photographer. For the living room below, Trend Designs styled a fantastic small space to be light and open during the day, and at night the lighting creates an atmosphere of cosiness and Autumnal textures.

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  • London Photographer | Simon Callaghan Photography
  • London Photographer | Simon Callaghan Photography
  • London Photographer | Simon Callaghan Photography
  • London Photographer | Simon Callaghan Photography


How to Photograph a Master Bedroom

Photographing this London interior designed development and calling this the 'master bedroom' feels like a stretch with such little space. But what works really well here are the colours and tones that bring the room together. It feels like the textures and colour palette of outdoors in autumn have been brought inside and create a warmth and a sense of nature. It's a feature throughout this interior designed home that Abbie at Trend Deigns has absolutely nailed. Great job.

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  • London Photographer | Simon Callaghan Photography
  • London Photographer | Simon Callaghan Photography
  • London Photographer | Simon Callaghan Photography
  • London Photographer | Simon Callaghan Photography


Photographing a Dining Room

A slight chronological change below as dining rooms are traditionally used in the evenings, we photographed it after sundown. With the table styled for cosy dinner parties, it made the most sense to wait until after dark to photograph the dining table from a story telling and scene setting perspective. The warm these, lighter colours and natural textures continue the overall aesthetic that stood out so clearly when photographing for this London interior designer   

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  • London Photographer | Simon Callaghan Photography
  • London Photographer | Simon Callaghan Photography
  • London Photographer | Simon Callaghan Photography
  • London Photographer | Simon Callaghan Photography
  • London Photographer | Simon Callaghan Photography
  • London Photographer | Simon Callaghan Photography


Photographing a Kids Bedroom

My favouriteroom from this project! It's fun, it's a place you want to spend time. The animal wallpaper on the left had side gives a sense of excitement and adventure for a young one to enjoy. Having soft, cuddly animals on the wall brings these animals to life. It's an engaging room with the bed frame feeling like a separate space; a room within the room. Photographing London interior designed rooms like this is always a treat. 

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  • London Photographer | Simon Callaghan Photography
  • London Photographer | Simon Callaghan Photography


Photographing a Spare Bedroom

The theme continues. Light colours accented with warmer tones and natural, outdoor textures. This really has been a well thought through apartment by the interior designer. Photographing for London interior designers like this really makes a photographers life so much better. While on set we can spend time on tweaking and improving the smaller aspects of the elements in the frame, rather than needing to change the fundamentals of the room.

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  • London Photographer | Simon Callaghan Photography
  • London Photographer | Simon Callaghan Photography
  • London Photographer | Simon Callaghan Photography
  • London Photographer | Simon Callaghan Photography


Photographing a Hallway

The two photos below are a bit of a mismatch; they didn't fit into the layouts above so they've been lumped together here. The hallway shot is a particular favourite; Abbie has really emphasised the outdoor textures and tones for this space. The black, metal shelving adds some good contrast to the image to break up the lighter tones. Photographing hallways is particularly tricky for London architectural photographers as the spaces can sometimes be compact.

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  • London Photographer | Simon Callaghan Photography
  • London Photographer | Simon Callaghan Photography
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