Interior photography is a skill and I have something to share with you today on how you can perfect your photography.
If you have any sort of business where you are trying to promote a service or a product, you know how much photography is important. Social media today only wants magazine-worthy photos. Nothing grabs a person’s attention more than a beautifully styled room or vignette. But taking interior shots can be tricky. So tricky, in fact, that if you are a portrait photographer you may have a hard time taking interior room shots. or vice versa. I can relate to the latter. I love taking interior photography shots but I’m horrible at taking photos of my kids outside. It’s a completely different ballgame.
I went back through my blog to find my first post. Actually my first post didn’t have a photo which was weird but my second post is this one dated March 3, 2010. It was a before and after tour of the foyer in my previous house. These are the AFTER shots.
In my third post I shared a few spring vignettes.
These photos make me laugh. And I guess they’re not horrible (well, maybe) but it’s taken me a long time to find out what works and what doesn’t.
We all need to start somewhere and it’s fun to look back after eight years and see how I’ve grown.
You can learn the long way by trial and error like me or you can take a photography course like the one my friend Rachel has just released today!
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Rachel of Maison de Pax is a pro at photographing interiors and today is the launch of her an online photography course that I know you will love! I don’t think I’m that bad at taking interior shots myself (now!) but I’m learning so much from this course already! I’m a self-taught photographer so there are always new things to learn. If only I had this course back in 2010 😉
Rachel has a fantastic way of explaining everything in detail and you can watch the videos at your own pace. There is so much information but it’s organized so well that it won’t feel overwhelming. Whether you are a beginner or intermediate, there is something new to learn from this course.
You can follow along with a workbook that she provides (you can download to print or view from your computer) and there are quick cheat sheets for easy reference.
This course is amazing! You could be mastering interior photographs in no time!