You are frustrated in doing indoor photography because of so many problems like weird skin tones and harsh shadow. So today we are here to share some of the tips on indoor photography that will help you to do better shoots.
If you are completely working with indoor natural light photography, then it can be little bit hard to do, but not impossible to do.
- Natural light:it’s all about the natural light that comes through the doors and window of the house. Sometimes the light gives softly look in the room and at the other time, there is a harsh light in the room that make moody or dramatic look.
So it is good to remember what kind of light enters in your each room. Don’t forget that the lights change its color too. Sometimes it is worm in morning and sunset and sometimes it is very hot in afternoon. This will help you to add different effects to your photography.
- No electric light:there should be no electric light on in the room because it affects the white balance of the camera. And when natural light mix with the electric light then it changes the nature of natural light. So to fix this problem it is better to turn off all the natural light.
- White Balance:Sometimes it is good to avoid auto white balance. Manual mode gives you better clicks then auto mode. The button of changing white balance is marked as WB in the background of the most of the camera. For clicking a proper shoot with the better skin tone it is better to choose daylight you will notice a good result as compared to auto mode. Try to take shoots with different options and see the results which look better to you and go for that.
- Mirror:The mirror is one of the good ways to control the natural light. Hang a mirror in the window and wait for the proper light and then take a shoot and make sure that you are not reflected in the mirror. It requires more patience to take the perfect shoot but it is worthy.
- Position your subject:place your subject close to the window or two foot away from it. This will help you to make the best use of the natural light, and will also avoid the harsh contract that can be seen coming too close to the window.
Let me know your experience by commenting below. Hope this photography tips will work for you.