Shooting on location (this time a residential Clearwater home) always presents unique challenges, as of course no two locations are exactly alike. Shooting large objects on location can be especially challenging, especially so when they are in a small space. My challenge with this commercial duvet, pillow & bedding shoot was to make the final images not look like they were merely taken within the client's own bedroom per se. Using some set decoration (statue, clock, plant) and turning the negative of having a bright window behind the bed into a feature of the shot, was how I attempted to be as creative as possible within the bedroom location.
In the digital editing process I smoothed out the transition of full sunlight to orange wall removing all texture. Contrast was selectively enhanced to compensate for the harsh light falling on the bed and lastly a softening filter was applied to the overall image as small details are a detriment to this type of shot.