How to adjust your camera for inside exposure.
Discover what you need to know about adjusting your camera settings for optimal inside exposure and how to properly edit exposure in your photos overall.
One of the biggest challenges in photography is properly exposing a photo. This can be especially tricky when working indoors with difficult lighting. So, how do you set up a successful interior shoot? Learn about inside exposure and what you can do to find the right balance when editing your images.
Adjust your camera settings for indoor exposure.
Battling harsh light can be tricky, but if you take notice of your camera settings, you can balance your indoor exposure quickly and simply. Consider factors like:
- Shutter speed
- ISO sensitivity
- External Flash
There are several factors to consider when shooting indoor photography, but these fundamentals are the first steps to helping you capture stunning indoor images.
Edit your photos for the perfect exposure balance.
With photography, practice makes perfect. Don’t get frustrated if it takes some time for you to understand how to finely-tune your indoor exposure settings and figure out the basics of photo composition. You can still use the photos you’ve taken while learning with a few quick editing steps.
Plus, it’s easy to adjust exposure levels when you use Adobe Lightroom. Try any (or all) of the following steps:
- Opt for Auto adjust — let Lightroom automatically adjust exposure levels for you.
- Use the Exposure slider to manually adjust to your desired level.
- Tweak the highlights, shadows, whites, and blacks sliders for fine-tuned adjustments.
Capture and edit photos with perfect inside exposure.
With these tips, you’ll be on your way to creating stunning indoor images in no time. Learn some great new photography tips to help you get started today. Then, explore what more you can do with the easy-to-use editing tools in Lightroom.