Indoor Photography Basics

Indoor Photography Basics

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Incorporate things like roads, streams, shorelines, railway lines, or even railings, into your images. These are referred to as lead lines and are a great way to capture the way that a viewer is going to look at your photo. They will lead your viewer's eyes through the scenes of your photos.

Get an external flash unit with a diffuser instead of the built-in flash feature. These built-in flashes often make a picture look very harsh. An external flash unit gives a more natural aspect to your photographs and allows you to edit them without the noise you get when you use another kind of flash.


We have a few photography tips to help you improve the quality of low-light photos shot indoors or at night. It is common to get blurry photos in low light when …

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