Indoor photography is one of the more challenging types of photography to master. The main challenge is the light. Often there is not enough light, it is very directional, or it is coming from an artificial sources that gives your photos a strange hue. And then there are all the potentially reflective surfaces to bounce light off and ruin your shot.

The end result of photos taken inside can be disappointing. I’m talking noisy images, blurry images, photos that are too dark, or images where your subjects have shadows in all the wrong places.

However, there are many occasions when you want to get indoor photos, both at home and while traveling. Whether you are taking pictures of your family at a gathering at your home, attending an event or party, or taking photos inside a restaurant, museum, or other venue.  Maybe you are trying to take a photo of a newly decorated room, a new…

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