interior photography

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    Noise Issues with interior photography, even with strobes and low ISO...

    I take product photos for a bedding company, and we shoot inside a home. I use studio strobes, and as far as I know, my camera settings are correct and the photos are well lit. I usually keep the ISO between 200-640 (640 for the darker rooms), and between f/11 and f/22. However, there is still...
  2. J

    Which Camera to Upgrade to for Architectural Photography

    Hi all I'm in the market for a new camera body but need some advice on which one to go for. It will be used for architectural photography/walk through videos - mainly interiors. To give you some context, over the last 18 months I have been using a Canon 550d (old I know!) with a £300...
  3. ah5168

    Brooklands Museum - Commercial Photography

    I was photographing the new Aircraft Factory hanger at the Brooklands Museum for the hanger designer. I really liked the way the hanger structure mirrored the aircraft structure and tried to show this off where I could.
  4. ah5168

    Crawley - Commercial Photography

    Here's a few images from a recent project at Crawley. This was a combined drone, architectural and interior shoot over a period of 2 days.
  5. J

    I Need Help on Flash Gun Technique for Shooting Interiors

    Hi all I photograph office interiors for my company and need some help regarding my technique. On one of our project shoots I was asked to shadow a pro photographer and noticed he was using flash guns pointed at the ceiling/wall. The closest example I can find is this video: View...
  6. J

    What lighting equipment should i use for low light interior photography?

    Hi all, When taking photographs of office interiors for my company I often have trouble in late afternoon/evening when the light is low (sometimes that's the only time we have access to the building). At the moment I rely on putting up the ISO, but it makes my photographs looks grainy. Can...