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Nov 19, 2004, 22:50 #1
shuttertalk Shuttertalker *******
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Hey, found a nice article on interior photography. Three principles suggested:
http://www.nyip.com/tips/interiors1104.php

Quote:1. One is to make certain that you select the best possible portion of the room to photograph.
2. How can I give emphasis to my subject?
3. What can I do to simplify my photograph or to remove distracting items that take away from the subject?


Now... to take some photos of my house... Smile


Nov 19, 2004, 23:52 #2
EnglishBob AKA Craig *****
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I've shot a couple of dozen houses for realtors, to use in sale brochures. I've found natural light and a tripod have worled best where possible. That was on my old Fuji 3800 though, haven't had one to do since I got the rebel.

Nov 22, 2004, 23:02 #3
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Hm... the golden interior lights do appeal to me though...






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