Photographer Tutorial 7: Entryways and Staircases

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The entryway is typically only worth capturing if a property has a decorative front door, french doors or a dramatic entryway space. One good way to approach this section of the house is to take a one-point perspective shot with the french door swung open,leading your eye into the entryway spaces. And like entryways you don't necessarily have to photograph staircases unless they a distinctive selling feature the property.

Big rounded staircase oftentimes photograph very well. For these shots, you often have to prop your camera up higher than usual because you will effectively be shooting two different levels at once with no ceiling encroaching on the upper part of the composition. Another consideration, that will help out your real estate photo editors, is that because the staircases usually reside in the tallest open spaces in the house, is you'll have to turn up your flash to a more powerful setting than in typical interior shots.
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