Interior Photography: How to Best Capture a Space

Alex Staniloff, Interior Photographer

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13 Lessons (22m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:03
    • 2. Project Overview

      0:50
    • 3. Prerequisites

      0:40
    • 4. A Word About Gear

      0:43
    • 5. Gearing Up

      2:16
    • 6. Taking in the Space

      1:27
    • 7. Framing Your Shot

      1:53
    • 8. Setting Your Camera

      1:47
    • 9. Shooting to the Right

      1:09
    • 10. Using a Bounce Flash

      4:32
    • 11. White Balance

      2:53
    • 12. Details and Vignettes

      1:44
    • 13. Final Thoughts

      1:25
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Project Description

Shoot Your Home in Only 4 Shots

After watching this class, I want you to shoot your own home in only 4 photos.

Each shoot should tell a story about a home and if you can tell that story in as few photos as possible, you’ll have a real grasp as to how to get someone’s attention with your work.

I want you to also focus on composing a great hero shot to start your set. Your hero shot is your one photo that not only best represents the set, but speaks for the entire set.

Please upload all the photos together so we can see the sequence of your shots.

For a bonus challenge, let’s see if you can shoot the home and tell your story in only 3 photos.

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