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photographing interiors

Tim Salix does not prescribe to the default option of utilising an ultra-wide-angle lens to create the ‘real estate look’ of falsely transforming a room into an oversized figment of itself.  As a consequence, he avoids the associated distortion issues of objects in the foreground looking elongated and anything in the background becoming tiny.  Tim will only use an ultra-wide-angle lens for large open spaces.

When deemed necessary, he will bring studio lights on-site.  This is important not only for gloomy interiors, but also when there is a view to photograph.  It is necessary to balance the lighting of the interior to that of the brightness of the outdoors, to avoid the latter getting over-exposed and looking blown out.

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