Restaurant Photography: The Larder on Goosegate, Nottingham

Last week I had great fun photographing a restaurant in Nottingham – ‘The Larder on Goosegate’. The restaurant is a gorgeous Grade II listed Victorian building that was once home to the small herbalist’s shop that became pharmaceutical giant Boots. The restaurant is filled with brilliant textures, colours and oozed character making it an absolute delight to photograph. I wanted to capture the buildings period features along with its effortless quirkiness and elegance – this meant climbing on ladders to get up high enough to incorporate the fantastic lighting fixtures too! I hope to be revisiting the restaurant very soon for a hearty meal but in the meantime, here is a small selection of the photographs taken by myself on the day, these and more will be displayed very soon on their website…watch this space!
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3 Comments to “Restaurant Photography: The Larder on Goosegate, Nottingham”

  1. Absolutely gorgeous pictures Clare

  2. You have really nailed the white balance. Great shots. Well done.

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