Awesome Indoor Photography Ideas To Do from Home

Trista - January 4, 2021
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Doesn’t this make you want a cold soft drink right now? That’s the power of a good photo. Shutterstock

3. Even the most common things can provide stunning images, as you can see above. 

Pour a glass of your soft drink of choice, though a dark one is preferred for this kind of shot, and knock yourself out! Carbonation tends to fizzle away after a while, though, so you’d better get to work quickly. The longer the drink is exposed to open air, the longer the carbonation has to bubble to the top and escape. Then you will be left with a container of flat, dark liquid – and who wants a photo of that?

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Mineral or sparkling water works just as well here, and there are several variations of soft drinks with different colors,” brown, orange, and “clear,” to mention a few mainstream options. You could even gradually dilute a dark tint and line up different variations of your science experiment. However, you probably will not want to drink those glasses after the photoshoot is over. 

Not a regular relaxing bath, but it’s beautiful nonetheless! Shutterstock

2. Milk baths have been all the rage lately, and you can customize your own however you want to. 

Milk baths are becoming increasingly popular for pregnant women and babies, so why not jump on the bandwagon? Add whichever flowers you like the colors of, fresh or fake. Be cognizant of the color palette, the milk or liquid’s opacity, and the flowers’ placement. Consider incorporating a flower crown if you have a human model or using sliced fruits like oranges, grapefruits, and limes instead of flowers.

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If you choose to use fake flowers, they may sink, so place some kind of bubble wrap or foam under them so they float. When you are taking your shot, make sure you use your camera strap to avoid giving your camera a milk bath as well. It is best if you use a ladder to get the best angles for the shot. 

A photoshoot like this is a win/win – you’ll have an organized pantry and a great picture. Shutterstock

1. Who doesn’t want an organized pantry with alphabetized spices? 

If you are a magical unicorn who already has an alphabetized, color-coded pantry, please go ahead and photograph it now as proof. The mix of satisfaction and envy is a pretty heady one! If not, maybe do a before and after shot and use this idea as motivation! 

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Once you have taken the picture, do not forget that you can play with it in your photo editing software to see what colors you can saturate further – spices have gorgeous colors, and they should be as vibrant as possible while keeping their realism! Enjoy taking your photos and playing around with these editing tricks. You probably learned a lot of tips that you can try out at your own house. 

Sources:

50 Unusual Indoor Photography Ideas You May Try at Home (fixthephoto.com)

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