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There is an art to photographing indoor spaces and truly capturing the essence of their architectural design. Not only does it take a skilled photographer, but also one that has a solid grasp on the elemental aspects of the space they are photographing.
The point of architectural photography is, after all, photographing a structure in a way that brings out the highlights of its design. Like any style of photography, it’s a skill that takes time and practice to master.
Here are a few tips that can help you along the way:
1. Child’s Eye View
As a general rule of thumb, start with your camera position at about the same level as a child’s eye. Avoid shooting from too high or too low, you’re ultimately looking for a nice middle ground…
This is only a snippet of a Photography Article written by Tiffany Mueller
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