- Thursday, 26 May 2011
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Photography of commercial and residential interior spaces for companies, architects, designers, hotels and restaurants. Interior photography is a demanding area because photographer has to identify and then solve technical challenges such as reflectance, perspective and issues of mixed light sources should coexist harmoniously.
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The Interior design photographer should have a great visual talent to find the best possible angle of any room, compose the image, move the props around (furniture, plants, lamps, etc) to achieve the greatest visual effect, a very difficult task to perform since this will change the real look of the room completely, avoid lens distortion and create perfect perspective (one of the top secrets of the recipe) and then “work the lighting” to create a magnificent effect by managing the mixing and power of all light sources correctly to achieve a natural, pleasant and interesting look while maintaining an accurate light temperature balance of all light sources combined on the final photograph.
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