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2024 Mini Course for Basic Photography for Architecture and Interior 2.0.

Updated: Apr 2


  • Tripod: Crucial! Ensures sharp photos and avoids camera shake, especially in low-light environments.

  • Lenses:

  • Wide-angle: Ideal for capturing large spaces without excessive distortion.

  • Tilt-shift: Allows you to control perspective to correct tilted lines common in architectural photos. (Optional equipment, but offers distinct results)

  • External flash: Be cautious! Flash can create unwanted shadows. Experiment with diffusers to soften the light.

Architecture and Interior Photography

Camera Settings:

  • Aperture: Mid-range values (f/8-f/16) for maximum sharpness and depth of field, ensuring all elements are in focus, crucial for architecture and interiors.

Lighting Techniques:

  • Natural light: Prioritize natural light whenever possible. Morning or late afternoon light offers soft, diffused lighting, ideal for highlighting details.

  • HDR (High Dynamic Range): Combine multiple exposures to capture details in both bright and dark areas, especially useful for interiors with strong light contrasts.

Impactful Composition:

  • Avoid distortion: Be mindful of your camera angle to prevent tilted lines that distort the space's proportions.

  • Fill the frame: Avoid large empty areas. Move around to fill the frame with interesting architectural elements.

  • Leading lines: Utilize lines present in the environment, such as stairs, hallways, or beams, to guide the viewer's eye through the photograph.

Revealing Details:

  • Textures: Capture the texture of materials like brick, wood, or concrete to bring life to the photograph.

  • Furniture and decor: Include furniture and decor elements to convey the feeling and functionality of the space.


  • Subtle editing: Use editing software for basic colour corrections, exposure, and contrast adjustments. Maintain the natural look of the photograph.

Tips for Success:

  • Planning: Before shooting, walk through the space and visualize the photos you want to capture. Identify the best lighting and angles.

  • Bracketing: Take multiple photos with different exposures to have more options during editing.

  • Patience: Take time to set up your camera and experiment with different compositions.


Architecture and Interiors photography require attention to detail and specific techniques. With practice and dedication, you can capture images that convey the essence and beauty of the space.

Additionally, I recommend exploring online resources to delve deeper into techniques like using tilt-shift lenses and HDR photography.

I hope this revised course is more comprehensive and helps you hone your photography skills!

So, if you're ready to embark on your architecture and interiors photography journey, don't let budget constraints hold you back. Invest wisely in equipment that suits your needs and start capturing the beauty of interior spaces today! If you are struggling with capturing stunning pictures, you should take an online photography course.

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Felipe Feca is an accomplished photographer and videographer with a focus on interior and architecture. With over a decade of experience, Felipe has been serving clients in the UK, Europe, and Brazil since 2009.

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