Shooting interiors can be a highly technical process, and experienced photographers use complicated technical cameras complete with tilt-and-shift capabilities to ensure the perspective is correct and has no converging verticals.

The lighting can be equally as complicated. Some tricks used by experienced interior professionals include cutting whole sheets of colored gels to fit perfectly inside windows so that the light coming in from outside is of a certain color, or layering lots of different exposures in post-processing to create a photo with the highest-possible dynamic range. Sometimes the room can be lit in sections, with every part exposed to perfection and the whole lot stitched together later on in Photoshop. Interiors shooting ...

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