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When I first began photographing interiors, there weren’t many resources out there. Although I had a lot of experience shooting food and portraits, I was nervous dipping my toes into the realm of interior photography. I scoured the internet, but there weren’t many tips for those just starting to shoot interiors. Fast forward two years and dozens of shoots later, it’s safe to say that I’ve definitely learned a few things about shooting a home beautifully. Interior Photography Equipment I always shoot with my DSLR, a Canon 6D. You don’t have to have a fancy camera, but you definitely need something that can shoot wide angles. I use my 17-35mm f/2.8 lens when I shoot homes. It’s an ultrawide zoom lens that can capture the whole length of a room. If you’re shooting with just your phone, I would suggest getting an add-on wide-angle lens. You need to shoot wide…