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Jennifer Bevan Interiors
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Notice flooring in this photo. We have selected Bottanica Teak porcelain hardwood from MSI for the Family Room/Den flooring. It looks like this photo.
Although most interior photos in magazines are shot with the lights off, it is usually best to turn on all lights for listing photos. That means every overhead, pot light and lamp in the room. Those spots of light draw your
your eye to every corner of the space, so that a buyer may linger a bit longer on the photo.
“color” — mlo123
Leverone Design, Inc.
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San Francisco Decorators' Showcase
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Show house Breakfast Room, Photo credit: David Duncan Livingston
Thank you. This was one of two rooms I did for the San Francisco Decorator Showcase in 2009. You can Google that event and see photos of the rest of the home.
flash, giving this photo a soft feeling. Stylistically, note how the chairs feel natural around the table too; each chair was carefully moved as part of the composition.More:Take Better Photographs of Your House in a SnapHow to Take Beautiful Home Photos12 Ways to Style Your Interior Photos Like a Pro
The wonderful natural light is highlighted here without the use of the camera’s flash, giving this photo a soft feeling. Stylistically, note how the chairs feel natural around the table too; each chair was carefully moved as part of the composition.
“Dinin room revere pewter” — cmacleod634
Tom Grimes Photography
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Rossi House, Laurie Rossi Interiors
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awards for this or use it for advertising, it’s not a lot of money. The better a project looks, the more work it’ll bring.”Photo by Tom GrimesMore: 12 Ways to Style Your Interior Photos Like a Pro
Who owns the photos? Unless you’ve made arrangements in advance, the photographer retains the copyright to his or her work. You will be granted permission to use the photos for advertising or promotional purposes, or to post images on sites like Houzz. But if a third party, like a magazine or a manufacturer
“Tile floor, wall color” — ljfreeze
Traditional Bedroom
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When styling interior photos, throw pillows that stand up straight like these are a necessity. They bring just the right amount of pattern and warm color to this cozy room.
behind your bed. You can place unique objects on it, photos, whatever; then change it out when you feel like it. How have you decorated the area above the bed? Share your photos below! Next: Browse photos of headboard designs See more photos of bedroom designs
“chandelier” — rickido
A+B KASHA Designs
Normandy House
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Great shots are possible even with minimal equipment. With a little effort your home photos will shine. More advice on photographing interiors:How to Take Beautiful Home Photos12 Ways to Style Your Interior Photos Like a Pro
“Condo bedroom” — suebbutterfly
Eskuche Design
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Mountain Modern
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making small changes to the levels, curves, brightness and contrast of your photos to enhance the look of your photographs and ultimately sell your home.Next: 12 Ways to Style Your Interior Photos Like a ProHome Photography Tips From the Pros
Don't worry if your photos don't look this amazing straight out of the camera. Photographers often use Photoshop to boost the color, contrast and lighting effects after the fact. You can use free programs like Photoshop Elements or Picasa to add a little bit more oomph to your photos too. Start by making
“Colour of pillars” — tiff82
Ziger/Snead Architects
Woodvalley House - Kitchen
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healthy kitchen. More: Have Lemons? Make a Decorative Statement Crisp, Fresh: Go For Green Apples 12 Ways to Style Your Interior Photos Like a Pro How to Take Better Home Photos
“Found it! our range top, and stainless backsplash to ceiling. FYI -they also have wall out to 12"” — pmaher66
Abbe Fenimore Studio Ten 25
Abbe Fenimore - Studio Ten 25
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This image is really a study in interior photo styling. It takes skill to make a tablescape look this casually used — as if it's holding lovely supplies for a party.
“over kitchen table” — Shirley Barton-Runyon
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