Photo by Nancy Hugo CKD


Choose the most interesting angle

Look at your project from every angle.  Shoot it from the left, shoot it from the right, point the camera up, then point it down.  Try to include the floor if possible.  You might have to get on your knees or stand on a chair to get the best shots.

Angles offer the more complementary and inviting photograph.  Your picture should tell a story. While you capture the essence of the room as a whole, do not be afraid to zoom in and focus on the smaller details, the vignettes created on coffee tables, bedside tables, dressers and bar carts.

Keep shooting. You can never take too many pictures.


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