Guide for Real Estate Photography Composition: Balancing Space in Interiors

Improve your real estate photos with this real estate photography guide on balancing interior space.

In this 7-part guide for real estate photography, we explore the seven elements of interior design, starting with ‘Space.’ Developing a basic understanding of the 7 elements of interior design as a real estate photographer and assists you in easily identifying the elements (within an interior or exterior space) in which you can work with to create a more visually striking composition.

Guide for Real Estate Photography Composition: Part 1 | Balance

You should aim to achieve a balance between the positive and negative space within the room by having furniture and décor in the positive space and keeping a distance between them to create negative space.

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The balance between negative and positive space avoids a feeling of ‘emptiness’ in one extreme and ‘over-cluttering’ in the other. You should consider the location of traffic paths within the room, and the size and height of the furniture when trying to achieve your desired outcome.

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If you are going for a minimalist ‘feel’ you should have more negative space than positive and the opposite for a maximalist design.     

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