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5 Tips For Great Indoor Photos

9th Apr 2015

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White Balance

White balance indicates Color Temperature. Auto White Balance Is possible in both indoor and outdoor photography, but in some situations we have to change the white balance by changing the camera settings If you are shooting in indoor and your  photos looking orange, yellow or blue, then you must change the camera settings  to control white balance.

Open Window / Open Door

If you are shooting in indoor, always set the object towards near a window or open door. If your object is confronting the window, even at a slight plot the photo will be more flattering.

Using Flash vs. Ambient Light

Depending on the type of camera there are two types of flashes pop up flash and external flash. Pop up flash is attached to camera and it flashes directly to the object and external flash is attached manually and it has the ability to point the flash in any direction. External flash is more comfortable to use than pop up flash (camera flash), since outer glimmer point the light all around and on camera flash will make the image look flat and one dimensional. Using the ambient lighting without a flash is best.

For indoor photography it is better to utilize surrounding light. Whether it be a light on a foot stool or a window, these wellsprings of light will be more useful for indoor photography. Furthermore if your picture is looking yellow, orange or blue, change your white adjust on Polaroid settings.

Be Aware of Background and Clutter

A busy background can draw the eye away from the main subject of the picture. Be sure to have a clean, stable background for the shoot. A solitary color or weak pattern makes a good setting. If there is visual mess in the picture, attention streams to immaterial segments of the photography, and the impact is gone within seconds. We can use the Photoshop to crop and remove the clutter from image, but it is not the right way in digital photography. In digital photography we must crop in camera rather than “crop later”.

Choose One Light Source

If there is enough natural light in shooting, switch off all other lights in the room to get a perfect image. Blending natural and stimulated light make the photographs to blurry, yellow or murky. If you want to use a stimulated light always experiment it by changing White Balance. Continuously utilize one lighting hotspot for stronger Photo.

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