Project Spotlight: Atlanta Interior Design Photography – Photographing the Concourse A Delta Sky Club
I recently had the privilege of photographing the Concourse A Centerpoint Delta Sky Club at Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson Airport. This new space was built as an annex to the existing Sky Club. This was the third Delta space at the airport I have been fortunate to photograph. The only down-side is that they need to be photographed overnight as the spaces are in use during normal business hours. As an Atlanta Interior Design Photographer, getting to drive onto the tarmac to access these spaces at my local airport is a unique experience!
As the images were for use by the interior designer and general contractor, the focus was on capturing the entire space while highlighting as many design details as possible. It was immediately clear when I walked into the space, including all of the wood detailing and tile work into my images would be important. As a guest of Delta Sky Clubs, I appreciated the well thought out use of space along with unique design touches.
For this image, I wanted to include both the check-in kiosks as well as the check-in desks. Just as importantly though was giving the viewer a first peek at the rest of the lounge space. My goal with this photo was to take the viewer on a journey. Using light to highlight specific areas, ensures the viewers eye moves through the photo and focuses the kiosks, desks, the tile under the bar area, as well as the buffet.
For a lounge to be a haven for travelers, it needs to have a variety of seating areas. My goal with all of these shots was to highlight how the different seating areas flow together. From the big open seating, to the table-top for business travelers looking to have an impromptu meeting, and of course the private pods for those needing to buckle down and get that email sent.
My job is not only to show how the spaces fit together, but to feature all of the individual design elements. This includes all the wood panel and lattice, marble table-top, and of course the pop of purple in the chairs. That said, my favorite feature might be the wave ceiling in the main seating area. To capture this and make it pop, I used a flash pointing straight up at the wood so that it would stand out.
Wood, gold accents, and beautiful tile work make this area of the Delta Sky Club more than just your average buffet. To ensure that these details stood out, I used a variety of lighting techniques to ensure that the food area was crisp and bright while also ensuring the gold accents didn’t reflect too much light. To get the tile underneath the bar area to stand out, I used flash that I bounced off the floor. I really wanted to make sure this unique design piece was highlighted.
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Clients: Swinerton Construction, CBRE Design
Adam Goldberg is an Atlanta Interior Design Photographer.