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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About This Class

In this class we’ll go over all the basic skills you’ll need to best photograph interiors.

We’ll talk about what equipment I use and what kind of gear you’ll need for the job. We’ll go into a new space and discuss how you approach a home for the first time, and what to look for before you even pick up your camera. After that, we’ll talk about how to best set up your shot and how to use natural and artificial light to your advantage.

This course will not discuss any processing or file handling, as we’ll primarily focus on getting the best shot in-camera so we’ll talk about shooting to the right and using your histogram on your camera to make sure your shots look good, even when they’re not on your camera.