When you go inside, your eyes don’t register the light change as being particularly impressive. But while the change is not recorded as a large difference by the eyes, the camera sees everything differently. The biggest things to think about when photographing inside are the lower light level and the very different white balances. This article should help you better understand how to deal with light when shooting inside.
Author: John Williams
John Williams is a freelance commercial photographer who has contributed to a number of award-winning projects in the dozen-plus years he’s been creating beautiful, marketable images. Although a resident of Indiana, he began his career in Arizona and retains an affinity for the desert Southwest, where his fascination with natural light is fed by the harsh but striking landscapes.