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Devanshi_Shukla
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Hey, Varun Sir
My name is Devanshi. Since I am following you on Instagram, I get to know that you have added – ‘ask us ‘ feature so thank you so much for adding this feature. I have just completed my Graduation in Interior Designing. From the very beginning, I just love to click photos of Elements & interiors of spaces. At starting I was clicking photos on my iPhone 6S plus. after that my family members finally bought me, Nikon, D5600. Right now I am learning the settings of DSLR. & I want to learn more about it and want to make a career in the photography field. can u guide me on what to do next? like what kind of courses I have to do to learn more & make a career in this field? or you have any course that matches my requirements. Thank you sir for helping me.


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Varun
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Hi Devanshi,

Thanks for your question and yes the “ASK US” feature was there for a year almost now. It is my pleasure to help the new photographers out there and build a great community. 

Well so what I understand is that you are not working as an interior designer right now, but sure are interested in documenting Architectural spaces. The camera you have is fine, just make sure you have the right lenses. You will need a wide-angle lense and a well build tripod as well. 

For now, we do not offer any particular course for interior photography. I would suggest you should start with the fundamentals. This means learning about Shutter speed, aperture and ISO, White balance, Histograms, and everything you can about the fundamentals. 

Because most of the basic interior photography is done with natural lights only. So once you learn your fundamentals you will be able to shoot spaces easily. And then what you need to learn is how to compose the great-looking angles. Which you can learn with the study of other photographer’s images. 

Also, you should learn basic photoshop for HDR images so you can stack your images and generate a better-looking dynamic range on your images. 

Shooting as much as you can is the key to learn photography so keep on shooting and gradually you will start understanding it more and will start making your skills sharper. 

Meanwhile, if we offer any courses about the same then you will come to know about that on our instagram. 

I hope this answers your question and will help you with taking your further decisions. 


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kaleemo
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Great forum Varun Patel, I got a lot of help here and I would like to say that learn, learn and just learn.


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Varun
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@kaleemo Yes that is sure the way to become great at your art 


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Devanshi_Shukla
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@varun Thank you so much sir. 


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