How To Shoot and Edit Interior Photography

by admin September 4, 2018 at 4:11 am

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  1. Becki, I've shot interiors for several years but found your video very informative. I really like your fast pace delivery – no wasted time here! I've recently been using LR HDR but I was surprised by your comment about editing them after the merge. So I went to Google and learned something very interesting – in the Basic panel if you drag the exposure slider on one of the original raws the range will be -5 to +5 stops. If you drag the exposure slider on the merged file (which is still a raw) the range will be -10 to +10 stops which is huge increase in dynamic range. This is great to know. Like another poster here I would like to hear any specifics you care to share about your edit process on the merged file.

  2. Very cool! I do some real estate photography myself and the hardest room to photograph for me is the bathroom. What is your? Any tips to get the best results? I really like the detail shots! I'll try to incorporate that in my next shoot! Thank you!

  3. Thanks you guys! These tips are super helpful! I was just working on a project for a client that needs interior shots and I was trying to figure out some ways to make them look better!

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