There are several moments when we try to take pictures inside the house, and we want them to look sharp and professional.
In this article read some tips in order to avoid harsh shadows and yellow-colored images when photographing the interior.
- Proper Lighting
Find the best spot in your home.
There will be some places in your home that work better in photos than others, not only for aesthetics, but also for how light is processed.
- Photography near a window
We always try to make the most of the available natural light. This means that when you take pictures from the inside it is better that the subject is near a window and looks towards the light so that you can play with the shadows.
- Use a light background
Another way to enhance the natural light in your interior photos is to use a light background. Ideally this will be white. You can easily use a simple white sheet near a window to catch light.
- Use mirrors to control natural light
Mirrors are a great way to enhance the natural light in your photos, especially if they are facing the window. They make a great backup inside the photo.
- Turn off all the lights inside the room
In general, natural light mixed with artificial light does not look good in photos. This is because both light sources change the way colors are portrayed within your images. Electric lights can affect white balance and make your photos look more yellow.
In conclusion, when you take photos indoors, you need to set up your camera correctly, find the best natural light and how you will be able to enhance it in order to have a wonderful result!