We recently shared some tips for great outdoor photos and now it’s time to head indoors! Indoor photos can be intimidating because lighting is more tricky! If you’ve ever struggled with blurry, yellow or too-dark photos indoors these tips are for you…
1. White Balance
2. Open Window / Open Door
3. Using Flash v.s Ambient Light
Utilizing the ambient (available) light that is in a room is another great tip to keep in mind for indoor photography. Whether it be a lamp on a coffee table or a window, these sources can be helpful when you are indoors. Remember, if your image is looking yellow/orange/blue….this would be a good time to change your White Balance. The setting you will most likely need is Tungsten or Fluorescent. Just play around and get to know your camera and it’s settings- it definitely pays off!
4. Be Aware of Background and Clutter
5. Choose One Light Source
We hope these tips give you confidence to try more photos indoors! We love how incorporating little tips and tricks into your daily photography can deliver huge results! Have fun experimenting! XO. Kelli + Elsie