A picture is worth more than a thousand words. This is more true about interior photography. There is nothing quite like having a gorgeous shot of your living space raking up the likes and comments in today’s social media crazy world!
#interiorinspiration is as much the photo you click as the idea in your head. Taking attractive photos of your homes can be challenging, but it’s a skill that can be developed. Interior design is best conveyed through a strong visual language like photography so it makes sense for Instagram to be your go-to app.
If you’re enthusiastic about photography, especially the difficult art of home photography, then we have your back! Even if it means taking pictures from your phone and posting on Instagram, we help you kicking your architectural and interiors photography into high gear and adding some special sauce to your photos.
What does it mean really to take pictures of interiors? Especially of your home? Here are a few things you need to know to make every shot an Insta-worthy shot!
1. Include People
Sure, there are some interiors look best when empty. But seeing how people interact with their environment is both inspiring and cathartic.
2. Be Low light-ready!
Low light is a frequent problem with interior photograph. Shooting interiors means low light is going to be a problem which can be solved using a tripod. Experiment with textures and colours to bring the bright effect. Also keep an eye out for black and white; sometimes, spaces will look vastly different and special if given the black and white effect.
3. Tell a story
tell a story with every shot. Photographs of walls and ceilings can certainly be pretty. There should always be a purpose for taking the photograph. Try to challenge yourself to take pictures that connect and not just ‘look nice’.
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