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SARIS-EXTENSIONS SKYLIGHTS

TIPS FOR PHOTOS CAPTURING

Step One

Optimal Lighting and Stability

Capture Natural Brillance.

The best time to photograph your skylight is during daylight hours when natural light is abundant. This ensures that the skylight and its effects are vividly illuminated. To avoid any blur in your images, it's crucial to stabilize your camera. You can achieve this by using a tripod or placing your camera on a steady surface. This step guarantees clarity and sharpness in your photos, highlighting the skylight's clarity and the play of light in your space.

 

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Step Two

Perspective and Composition

Explore Creative Angles.

To best capture your skylight's unique features, try shooting from different angles. This approach highlights both its design and how it enhances your space. Aim for photos against a clear blue sky, which creates a striking, dramatic effect. This contrast really makes your skylight pop. Also, consider capturing the changing light in your room throughout the day. These images add a dynamic touch and showcase the skylight's functional beauty.

 

Step Three

Detail and Transformation

Capture Quality and Change.

For the best results, use a high-resolution camera to capture every detail of your skylight and its impact on the room. Include before-and-after photos to effectively showcase the transformation. It's important to have at least one external photo of your project with the installed skylight. Make sure the skylight is clean for optimal light and photo quality.