traditional image of an interior photographer is the guy who comes
out to shoot one's home for the Estate agents' leaflet. Generally
speaking this can be done in a comparatively short space of time.
Shooting for a glossy magazine is often very different.
every single picture taken on the day has the potential of either
appearing on the cover or as a double page spread within the magazine.
Secondly, most of the magazines are printed to a very high standard,
which means every detail within the image can be clearly seen. These
magazines are widely read and their Editors demand very high standards
!. As a result, every effort is made to achieve "picture perfect"
means we would often bring along a lot more than just a camera...
althought possibly not just as much as this :)