Whether you’re capturing images for your Instagram grid or you’re an aspiring photographer, taking photos of your home is a rewarding way to express and share your personal aesthetic. But no matter how amazing your home looks (or how fancy your camera is), there’s a bit of a learning curve to snapping stunning interior photos. What gear is most important? What’s the best way to edit? What’s the most flattering angle?
According to photographer Alyssa Rosenheck, the first thing to know is that the process of photography is more about storytelling than gear, editing, or composition. To get the most out of your home photography, Rosenheck says it’s important to rely just as much on intention and intuition as technical skills. Ready to up your interior photo game? Click here for her best advice.
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