Are you an interior photographer, or simply aspire to create better interior images? Mango Street Lab is back with another short video tutorial outlining five basic tips that may help improve your interior photography.
Taking into consideration the effect that the height of your camera has on the look of a specific interior space can be important. When possible, use a tripod for a consistent height perspective.
It can be all too easy to enter an interior space and just begin shooting it without arranging items such as chairs, towels, blankets, and other decorations to best fill the frame. Don’t be afraid to move things around.
Little can have as much impact on an image as lighting. Turning off any artificial lighting that messes with the color balance of the space may be necessary. If using natural light, it only makes sense to shoot at a time of the day that allows enough to come in through windows or doors.
If you'd like to learn more about architectural photography, our own Mike Kelley reveals how to make a business out of it in his comprehensive tutorials Where Art Meets Architecture 1 and Where Art Meets Architecture 2.