For this architectural interior photo shoot at ICHI Sushi, I had to arrive well after closing time so the place could be cleaned up and made photo ready. The main reason for this is because the main windows to the street bring in a lot of natural light, but not so much that the interior would be well lit with that alone. And mixing outdoor light with all those interior incandescents is a photographer’s nightmare of white balance issues. So, these photos were taken around midnight, when the place was lit solely by interior lights. I like to shoot wide panoramic interiors that show off the architecture and materials of any given space. Here’s a few of my favorites:
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