April 11th, 2016
This is a follow on post from yesterday. It turns out that Annette in Pennsylvania already has some of the best real estate shooting gear you can get (Canon 6D with Canon 16-35mm f/2.8L II). So her real question was , “what can I do to improve the quality of interior images?”
My answer to her was, “spending time and energy on composition and lighting would do the most improve the quality of your images.” Annette picked up on the composition part of my suggestion and was anxious to improve her composition. Here are some suggestions for improving your composition:
- Scott Hargis has some coverage of composition in his Video Series. The video above is a teaser for his video series.
- Also, Scott is also working on a real estate photography class at Lynda.com see my post on this subject for more details.
- There are discussions about composition in the PFRE Flickr forum and the PFRE still contest forum. Both of these forums are a good place to learn lighting and composition.
- Scott Hargis’s Interior photography class that Scott is developing on Lynda.com will undoubtedly have some content on composition. See details on this class here.
- There are PFRE coaches that will help you one on one with lighting and composition.
What other suggestions do you have for people wanting to learn lighting and composition?