How to Photograph Small Rooms…
or, Taking Pictures of Bathrooms – and other fun things!
Are you having a tough time taking pictures of bathrooms in the Orlando house you’re trying to rent? Photographing bathrooms really takes planning and practice to capture the best shot.
Between the reflections of the mirrors, the tile, the bad lighting and over lighting, combined with the awkwardly small space you’re trying to capture, you practically have to be a contortionist to get a good image. But don’t fret; here are a few tips to help:
As we mentioned in an earlier blog, the first thing to do before even snapping off your lens cover is to eliminate all of the clutter in the room: The shampoo and body wash in the shower, the back brush hanging from the faucet, the makeup, toothbrushes, and toothpaste on the counter it all HAS TO GO! You also want to hide any decorative items that might be on display in the room. Keep the area simple. You can roll up a few towels for accents and add a fresh bar of soap in the soap dish for effect, but make sure to keep the feel of the shot simple and elegant. Close the shower curtain or shower doors, and put the lid down on the toilet.