3 Ways To perfect your Indoor Photography During Quarantine Days

by Ankita Sehgal Freelance Blogger, Lives in New Delhi
With the coronavirus outbreak bringing our lives to a standstill, most of us are spending time locked up at home and maintaining social distance. Even though spending time indoors might not be at the top of your list, it is highly recommended in today’s time. The time you spend at home can be utilized in several ways. People across the world are sharing posts on how they have decided to remain positive and sail through these tough times by picking up new hobbies or improving on the old ones. Be it playing an instrument, sketching, working out, cooking, or catching up on your reading list, this lockdown has given you ample time to indulge in your favorite activity. 
If you love photography, this is the ideal time to experiment with indoor photography and perfect your shots! You can also opt for online digital camera workshops to learn some tricks. Canon organizes wonderful live sessions and webinars that you can join for some tips about their products and photography. 

To help you master those indoor shots, we have brought some points that you should keep in mind. 

1. Setthe ISO right: The most common way to increase overall exposure in low light locations is to raise the ISO settings. One needs to know that this setting increases the chances of grains in your images. Although in some settings grainy images can be easily accepted. It adds a certain mood to your portraits. 

2. Open the aperture: If you do not want the grains, another way to increase the exposure would be to open up the aperture for indoor shots. This allows more light to pass through your lenses. This setting works great for indoor portraits, small items and fine details. However, one needs to cater because a large aperture narrows your depth of field. 

3. Manage the white balance: All the modern digital cameras allow you to get the right white balance in the ‘Auto White Balance’ mode. However, it is best if you can manually adjust the balance for your image. You can easily learn these settings through an online photo workshop in India.

Once you get the hang of these settings and features, you can click some wonderful indoor images. Not only will this improve your photography skills but also help you pass your time in quarantine in creative and productive manner.

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About Ankita Sehgal Advanced   Freelance Blogger, Lives in New Delhi

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