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8 May

How To Shoot and Edit Pro Interior Design Shots With Lightroom

Whether you're shooting for a restaurant, hotel or someone's personal home, interior design photography can be a great way for photographers to make money and become better known within the photo and business communities. Interior design photography might seem simple - there are generally no moving elements and you're free to manipulate the space as you wish. But there are a few common mistakes beginners make, and easy ways to avoid them. It's a common misconception that large, interior spaces need as wide of a lens as possible. Although a wide lens is helpful, it's not necessary and can sometimes be a detriment to the image. Most lenses that are wider than 24mm on most camera bodies will create a distorted, fish-eye effect. This...
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20 Nov

Kotatsu: Turn Your Living Room into a Warm Japanese Fortress

Winter is approaching, and the ultimate goal is to obviously stay warm. Inside your home, there aren’t many places you can retreat to from the harsh cold. Stepping into the kitchen instantly turns your toes into frozen sausages from the hard flooring. The bathroom toilet seat sends chills up your back the moment you plop down on it. Your living room, which was previously your go-to for comfort, now looks like the deserted lair of the Ice Queen. The only way to reclaim your home, one room at a time, is by applying an age-old Japanese solution. In the Land of the Rising Sun, people are used to unbearable winters. During this time, they bust out their kotatsu and lounge around...
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