Don Freeman

Posted on Wed, 20 Feb 2008 by midcenturyjo

We have written about light and photographers over and over on this blog. It’s a no brainer. Cameras capture light. It’s how a photographer manipulates that light though that defines a great photo. New York based fine art and commercial photographer Don Freeman uses his camera not only to revel in the light but to portray the feel of his subject. “I like the mood of Interiors. I feel I can represent the spirit of a place by observing how the daylight reveals its secrets… why we find perfection and beauty in it.” Don’t miss his still life and fine art portfolios on his website while you’re there.

Images from Don Freeman

kim. says:

These are beautiful but it’s that carved wood staircase that’s got me. WOW!!!

pompom says:

Where do you guys find all these photographers? So many beautiful shots. I want the urn sink myself. I am addicted to your blog now. I visit every day.

erika says:

the urn pedestal sink is my all time favorite! beautiful!

love the banquet seating by the french doors- what a lovely little spot to have your morning coffee!

purple says:

Great post, wonderful images!!

katiedid says:

What beautiful images! He has great style. Is he lucky to be photographing such beautiful spaces, or does he make them more beautiful through his “eye”, the camera? I think the latter!

M&Co says:

Wow I sooo love these photos!

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