This great video lesson by San Francisco-based interior photographer Scott Hargis teaching how to compose shots when photographing the interiors of homes. Stepping into the scene itself like Hargis does is a great way to teach composition.
How to Compose Shots When Shooting the Interiors of Homes
- Published on October 8, 2011 by Michael Zhang
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