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Lighting equipment4054

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Hey yall interested in finding out if anyone has suggestions on lighting equipment that is affordable for interior photography. Or a photoshop you recommend? I want to better my photos to make them brighter and to have less glare through windows thanks for your help!!!
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BrettMtn private msg quote post Address this user
if you are talking about lighting for still photos (not 3D), then it's more than just getting some cheap lights. It's about knowing how to use the lights and blending with the existing light that will really make a difference. I would recommend getting an online course in architectural interiors like this one: https://fstoppers.com/product/mike-kelleys-where-art-meets-architecture-1

Interiors can be one of the most complicated and technical things to photograph well, so it's worth investing in education before lighting so you know why you are adding a light or if you even need to. Good luck!
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TrustedPhotoDC private msg quote post Address this user
Since shooting with an A7RII for over a year now, I find I'm using less flash, less multiple exposures and just more ambient light. The benefits of the dynamic range in this camera are incredible.
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mcatino private msg quote post Address this user
Good luck. There are several different things I would do for still work, change bulbs to higher output would be one idea but $$$
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