First Ever Architectural Shot (Need Some Advice)
During my first semester as a UCF student, one of our last projects was to all get together and shoot some photos for a local group of homes that would soon be opening. We couldn't really move bigger furniture, so we were pretty much stuck with what was already placed for staging.
I really enjoyed shooting this and, in the future, might see if I can do more shoots like this down the line.
One thing that always bothered me: would you guys have edited out the outlet? My Professor said not to, as the "client" wanted to keep things as they were. For my own photography, as I am also able to use this in my portfolio, I'd like to take it out. Do you guys find it a distracting component like I do? What's considered the "norm" for editing out minor distractions in architectural work?