Interiors: Composition and lens choices


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Interiors: Composition and lens choices

So you've done the walk through, you've inventoried the elements and objects in the space. What's your next step? >> Well, at that point, it's really picking a camera angle. And what I normally do is I take a look around and I decide what do we need to include in the space. So I set the camera at my length's choice. In my camera position and height. It's all based upon the background. So once I have the amount of background in the image that I want to see, I've got it framed the way I want to see that.

Then it's a question of arranging the foreground to work with the background. And it's pretty rare that I don't move the furniture around quite a bit. Just depending on the needs, really, of the composition. So after then, after I've got a frame and composition, things are set in place, accessorized the way I want them to be. Then it's a question of lighting because lighting is where the real seperation and depth in the image occur.

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Interiors: Composition and lens choices
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