We love to see our clients’ completed projects when they are painted and decorated.
If you have photos of your Setauket Kitchen and Bath project, feel free to submit them via mail, e-mail, or by dropping off a CD or hard copies in our showroom.
If you do not have photos, but are interested in taking some to submit, here are some tips:
- Put away the everyday items. We get so used to things like dish towels, soap bottles, dish drainers, toothbrushes and the like that they become invisible to us. But they can detract from the beauty of your room in a photo, so tuck them away until you’re done photographing.
- Accessorize. Some flowers or other decorative items can make the space feel more interesting and “lived in.”
- Turn on all the lights, and use your camera’s flash. You want your photo to be bright and show details, not dark and shadowy.
- Mind your camera’s exposure setting. If you have a large window or glass exterior doors, be sure your camera does not set its exposure for the outside light, which would leave your room looking dark.
- Watch for reflections. If you are taking a photo of a reflective surface, try different angles to avoid having the flash reflect.