Indoor Photography vs Outdoor Photography

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Pictures can be taken anywhere (I’m sure you know); at the beach, at the park, in any event, maybe in your office, at home, even in the studio! The list is endless. However, there are just two categories in which all of these can be grouped into: indoor and outdoor photography.

Indoor Photography: There is nothing much to explain here as this is just photography inside a room. One peculiar thing about this type of photography is that the lighting is controlled. If fact, everything is controlled, including colors, and you are in charge of the environment.

You can choose to use any type and color of light, and any method of lighting as well. You can predict the outcome of the photo, and can also combine different elements to get your desired results.

Outdoor Photography: Just like the term, this is just photography practiced outdoors. Unlike indoor photography, this type is unpredictable. You can’t control the weather, the sunlight, the light intensity, the warm and cool colors, etc. This means you’re not in charge, nature is!

Outdoor photography is a bit complicated, and requires you master the art of photography for you to make good photos. Despite the fact that you’re not in charge, you can harness the effects of nature to produce unique photos.

Most professionals take advantage of the bright and dim lights, the rain, the insects, etc. and the result is just superb.

However, between indoor and outdoor photography, none is better than the other and they both have their pros and cons; it only depends on the style of the photographer. So, whether indoors or outdoors, the most important thing is to be the master of your art!

Tyler Mathews

Tyler Mathews