9th May 2004, 05:48 PM
Need some tips for interior photography
Hi guys, its my first attempt in interior photography, need some tips and experiences from you guys.
Will shoot on film (negative, no slides) only. Which film would be the best for interior? Currently I am thinking of using Fujifilm NPC 160 or NPH 400. Or are there any other films that are more suitable?
When shooting interior, should i use bounceflash (the place i will be shooting has low ceiling) or longer exposure?
All tips and suggestions greatly appreciated, thanks!
9th May 2004, 06:03 PM
using a tripod + longer exposure should be better
1)can capture ambience
2)can better expose the interior(if using flash, far away details might not be illuminated)
9th May 2004, 06:27 PM
Thanks for reply.
Originally Posted by zodnm
If there is a window with bright sunlight outside, longer exposure will cause the window part to be overexposed right?
9th May 2004, 07:42 PM
Originally Posted by Pr0t0type
Yes.. draw the curtains or shoot away from the window if possible... otherwise it's part of the ambience.... another way is to use a graduated ND filter....
9th May 2004, 09:29 PM
Thanks, will take note of it.
Originally Posted by TME
Still pondering over which film to use though.