I took a series of interior photography images for the Bank of Scotland to help showcase the transformation of their refurbishment in their branch in Renfrew.
The Bank of Scotland underwent a major re-design of their branches throughout Scotland, starting in Renfrew. I was commissioned to capture the process with professional interior photography.
The Bank of Scotland has undergone a multimillion-pound refurbishment of several of its key branches throughout Scotland. The aim was to improve the customer experience throughout the branches and increase the use of modern technology. In the design plans, they also wanted to include aspects of Scotland such as tartan, water, and moss.
I wanted to show how each space connects to the other while highlighting key design aspects. For each room, I decided to create one to two wide images which show off the entire space. I then created a series of detail images focussing on some of the intricacies of the design work. Another important aspect for me was to show the space in use. While we didn’t have models on hand, we did have members of the public. I blurred their movement throughout the branch to create a feeling of the space being in use.
The Bank of Scotland now has a series of professional interior images that truly show off each space. The clean and organised feel to the images helps to reflect the values of the long-standing and trusted brand.
Do you have a space worth showing off? Professional interior photography helps to build trust and makes people want to connect with your business.