Tips for Shooting Interiors

Tip 1: You need a good digital camera with a tripod. When photographing an interior, you want to make sure that everything is clear and sharp. I use F11 (aperture) and 1/2 second (ISO 200) in most cases. Sometimes if you want to get a blurred background on a close-up shot, then you will want to shoot with a wider aperture, or the smallest f-stop your camera will allow (e.g. F1.8).

Tip 2: Use a wide angle lens. Shooting wide can make the room look great, especially when in Hong Kong, the size of the property is most likely less than 100 sq. meters. In a confined space, sitting tight into one corner while you try to get the other three corners in just looks wrong. You shouldn’t shoot all three walls into one picture. Showing the highlights of the interior design features is important. About the lens, anything in the 16-24mm range on full frame (or the APS-C equivalent which equates to 10-16mm approx. on some less expensive camera) is great. I often use 17mm full frame for my wide interior work.

Tip 3: Sufficient indoor and natural lighting are both important. Light up the room. If there is good natural light coming through the windows, use that as well. Adjust the overall feeling of the lighting to a balanced and optimized level.

Tip 4: Find the best angle. Take time to explore different angles to shoot from. Decorate the room with small artistic items, plants or anything you like to add a bit of creativity. We can’t all afford a tilt-shift lens to keep perspective in check, so it’s a really good idea to shoot with the camera at or slightly above mid-room height. This means you can keep the camera aimed out straight to keep the walls vertical. While the perspective distortion you get can be corrected in post-production, it’s much easier to get it right in camera. This is another reason to use a tripod as well.

Tip 5: Use post-processing software, e.g. Photoshop or Lightroom. You should bring the Highlights down and open up the Shadows. Next bring the Blacks down to ensure that the contrast lost from opening up the Shadows doesn’t impact the image too much.

Tip 6: Go vertical for staircases and other special feature. This is also important if you want to share the pictures on the web, as most images are horizontal in the interior photography world. Some vertical images could light up your portfolio. Verticals usually mean letting the eye fill in gaps, so make use of the composition to show hints of the room.

Top Notch Services to Design Your Dream House

Designing your house so it may become your dream home is becoming more and more of a daunting task these days. This procedure includes a lot of planning and precisely executing the interior designing of your house. These types of situations need not be stressful and anxious only if you have professional interior designing services at your rescue. The chief objective of interior designing is to make the interiors easy to use and functional as well as classy and presentable. It is very imperative to get the interiors done expertly since the way your residence or workplace looks tell tales a lot about your status and repute.

A brand new home that is already built based on a contractor’s design can never be a dream home for anyone. A dream home is a home that is designed by the person who owns it, and it must fulfill the needs and desires of the person who dreams about it. A dream home is one that is custom built and gives the owner the satisfaction of knowing that the home has been tailor-made to meet his or her needs, desires and lifestyle. The owner must get to create the dream home.

They employ various avant-garde techniques and powerful tools to shape your dream house. The perfect blend of technology and imagination has made interior designing India an alluring service front. The World Wide Web has become one of the major information providing platforms and stands unrivalled when it comes to furnishing precise and accurate information on virtually anything. A little research and analysis on the web will take you to the doorstep of many service providers who will be willing to redesign and redecorate your house in a very cost effective manner.

Furniture Stockholm – The Home of Furniture Design

In Sweden there has been a great increase in interest in furniture and design, to the point that it is just as important to expressing personality as the clothing one wears. Similar to fashion in clothing, Stockholm is a leading area for furniture and interior design (inredning), and since it is one of the most modern cities in the world there is certainly something to be found here for everyone, regardless of budget or style.

Furniturebox is a web based company with a 500 square meter brick and mortar store in central Stockholm, Sweden. Furniturebox specializes in high quality furniture at very reasonable prices. Bolia offers very special furniture. They specialize in New Scandinavian Design with handmade pieces from a renowned design team. The Bolia Design Award gives young designers the chance to join this first rate team.

POM (Piece of Mind) is a furniture company that asks why certain products that should exist do not. And then they answer that question by bringing those products into existence. Stalands Möbler with their timeless designs and DUX beds are one of the big players in the Stockholm furniture business; as is Ekero Furniture.

Länna Möbler have handpicked a new range after coming away from the recent furniture fair with their customers’ opinions and wishlists. With Bromma Möbler you get good strong furniture from around the world and Carlssons Furniture offer great quality furniture from a family which has been in the furniture business for three generations. The company G.A.D. which originates from the island of Gotland also has a strong presence in Stockholm and offers custom furniture.

With a uniquely wide variety of secondhand shops, coupled vast number of galleries selling sample pieces, furniture constructed in light of Feng Shui principles and concepts, with timeless pieces from the decades of the 50’s and the 60’s which are high in demand right now, combined with furniture giants the likes of IKEA, Mio and EM, the SoFo region is one exciting place in Stockholm that any furniture lover would not dare to miss.

One of the biggest gatherings for Scandinavian furniture lovers is the Stockholm Furniture Fair. Stockholm Furniture displays many of their pieces during this fair, one particular section being the Greenhouse. The Greenhouse section is where many international design schools and new designers have great opportunity to show off their work. This Furniture Fair runs in parallel to the Northern Light Fair, which is Scandinavia’s lighting exhibition.