Tips On Taking Pictures Of Your Home
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Plants give life to the space you’re shooting. Grab them from other rooms and bring them in.
Stage things in groups. Think different heights and odd numbers.
Check for small details (like messy cords) that will annoy you later when editing.
If you can use natural lighting. It makes a big difference!
Don’t stress out when you see other people’s “perfect” pictures. It’s all an illusion.
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