INDOOR PORTRAIT FASHION PHOTOGRAPHY-ACCESSORIES/BUILDINGS


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 INDOOR PORTRAIT FASHION PHOTOGRAPHY-GROUPS

 INDOOR PORTRAIT FASHION PHOTOGRAPHY-GROUPS

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BUILDING

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Instead of this post being an informational post I am going to share what I would have done differently for capturing accessories and buildings. One thing that I learned from taking pictures to show accessories is that I don’t have to show the whole person to show an accessory.  I think if i was to go back and redo my accessory pictures I would zoom in a lot more on the accessory I was trying to sell. I think I felt if they were on models I needed to show the model but it doesn’t sell the product.  I also was taking indoor building photography and I had a hard time finding points of the building that were interesting. It also was hard to capture indoor building photography without good lighting. Luckily this building had some neat lights already set. That is something I want to prepare for next time. I would like to have lights set up to capture good photos of the building.

Check out this site for some cool accessory photography

Also check out this site for some cool  indoor building photography