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FRAMES Podcast with Paul Raeside

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Paul Raeside, interiors photographer working editorially across titles such as AD and Elle Worldwide and commercially for luxury brands mainly in Europe and the US, brand ambassador for Leica Cameras.

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Paul Raeside is now based in London after many years in New York, during which he worked steadily with high-profile national and global luxury brands. Predominantly shooting with natural light, Paul is a brand ambassador for Leica and has collaborated with prestigious architects and designers around the world. Paul’s work is known for his keen attention to detail with a preference for open, modern spaces imbued with character and texture.

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  1. Terrance Wimmer

    August 17, 2021 at 00:09

    Wonderful interview! Scott Olsen has a very disarming approach. He is obviously a very experienced photographer, but he also comes across as having a wonderfully inquisitive mind of youth and innocent wonder. And Paul was refreshingly down-to-earth about his approach and style. The way he talked about ‘things falling into place’ and just ‘hanging in a room until he got a feeling for it’, is a great lesson for us to remember to relax and breathe when on assignment. And he also seemed to be encouraging us to make the joy of the process as important as the photo itself. Thank you.

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