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180 Photography Tips Infographic
180 Photography Tips Infographic
This extensive infographic offers pointers for beginners, tips for photographing the exterior of your house and garden, room-specific guides for the interior of your home, gear suggestions, advice for achieving sharper images, questions to help you critique your photos, a list of clichés to avoid, social media tips, and even a short photography glossary.
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Daredevil Climbs Landmark to Get World's First Ever Selfie with Christ the Redeemer
Daredevil Climbs Landmark to Get World's First Ever Selfie with Christ the Redeemer
The statue has been under repair after lightning damaged it in January, and Thompson somehow managed to convince the Brazil tourist board to let him ascend the statue’s scaffolding and rickety stairs with the assistance of two high-wire workers. After a claustrophobic journey, he emerged from the interior of the giant soapstone monument to a precarious position at the top of Christ’s crown.
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Architectural Interior Photography Equipment and Techniques
Architectural Interior Photography Equipment and Techniques
With any art form, the quality of light is an essential component in the work. This is true when it comes to photography, as well–especially when it comes to architectural and interior photography. Whether it be lighting for hotel photography, residential interiors, or larger architectural corporate interiors, light defines the textures, planes, and atmosphere of the space.
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What it Takes to be a Good Interior Photographer
What it Takes to be a Good Interior Photographer
Interior photography is the most challenging of all the professional genres of commercial photography. Every detail is critical. Every prop must be correct and in just the right location. Busy-ness must be avoided. Things must be cleaned up and simplified. Lighting can be challenging.
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Interior Photography Tips & Post-Processing Techniques
Interior Photography Tips & Post-Processing Techniques
Roger Brooks teaches us the fine points of interior photography in this comprehensive and informative walk-through.
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Interior Composition in Architecture Photography
Interior Composition in Architecture Photography
Taking eye-catching photographs of interiors is more difficult than simply pointing and shooting. To compose an effective image, it takes some forethought and careful consideration of your surroundings.
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Tips on How to Shoot Amazing Interior Photography
Tips on How to Shoot Amazing Interior Photography
Interior design is a lot about form and you as the photographer needs to capture that. Be aware of every line in the interior and how you can use it.
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How to Photograph Interiors
How to Photograph Interiors
The skill of interior photography is most often perfected by those who trade as interior and architectural photographers. Most budding amateur photographers never give much thought to making a room the subject of a photograph, even though it could teach them valuable lessons about photography.
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Interior Photography Tips and Techniques
Interior Photography Tips and Techniques
Taking attractive photos of interior spaces can be challenging but it’s a skill that any photographer can develop. Struggling with challenging lighting, dealing with a rapidly changing landscape and unknowing subjects are part of the fun and difficulty of interior photography.
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8 Tips for Taking Interior Shots Like a Pro
8 Tips for Taking Interior Shots Like a Pro
In this article you’ll learn some of the tips and secrets to lighting and staging a room for great interior photos. These include how to approach lighting, flash, styling, where to position yourself, and how to stay creative.
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The Ultimate Guide to Working with Interior Light
The Ultimate Guide to Working with Interior Light
When you go inside, your eyes don’t register the light change as being particularly impressive. But while the change is not recorded as a large difference by the eyes, the camera sees everything differently. The biggest things to think about when photographing inside are the lower light level and the very different white balances. This article should help you better understand how to deal with light when shooting inside.
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