Just Off The Press: Bistrot Japonais Restaurant in Azure Magazine and ArchDaily
As a photographer, there is nothing like reaching one of your goals of being published in a magazine that you really love. So, when my client told me that Azure Magazine (a leading North American magazine focused on contemporary design, architecture and interiors from around the globe) picked up some of my photographs to showcase this specific project in the magazine, I was really thrilled. Nothing compares to seeing your pictures printed.
My client, Jean De Lessard is a talented award-winning interiors designer based in Montreal. We had previously collaborated in the past to photograph a lounge in Sainte Julie, near Montreal. Working with him is always a pleasure, he is very clear in what he wants to see in the pictures. So when he talked to me about this specific project, I was really filled with anticipation to discover his latest creation.
When I arrived on location, I was really surprised by the bold graphics of the flowers on the walls and ceilings and by the beautiful wooden box in the middle of the restaurant. Photographing this type of projects is fun and challenging. The space isn’t that big and finding unique angles and perspectives can be a challenge. Framing the wooden box was a challenge and necessitated shooting vertical panoramas of 2-3 photographs.
I have to thank Jean for creating such a beautiful interior and for getting the pictures out there on Arch Daily‘s website and published in Azure magazine.
Here is the rest of the pictures taken during the assignments.
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David Giral is a published Montreal/Toronto based editorial and commercial professional photographer specialized in architecture, interiors, portrait and travel photography.
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