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    what to look out for when shooting interior of housing ????
    how to compose and the angles to take not off???

    will be shooting for a frd ..... on both digital and fllim....
    will greatly appreciate pointers and ideas .......

    Thanks,
    7ways

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    1.tilting of furniture?
    2. usually indoors will need 2 use wideangles. often they throw in some shots of "close-up" of some particularly outstanding piece of furniture.
    3.indoors lighting

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    Quote Originally Posted by sevenWAYS
    what to look out for when shooting interior of housing ????
    how to compose and the angles to take not off???

    will be shooting for a frd ..... on both digital and fllim....
    will greatly appreciate pointers and ideas .......

    Thanks,
    7ways
    Really important things to be aware of:

    1) Mixed lighting and it's resultant colour temperature if you mix natural light with incandescent for example.

    2) Backlighting

    3) Perspective control.

    On Film:

    Colour temperature, if you are shooting under a specific lighting type (incandescent, Fleuro etc) make sure to use either the appropriate filter or film otherwise you'll wind up with horrible colour shifts (usually to yellow).
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