Polaroid Photo-Tip #11: How to take Polaroid pictures indoors?
by Thomas Preyer (last updated: Oct. 7, 2017)
Today's tip is about how to shoot indoors:
If you want to take a picture indoors, use the flash by pressing the flash shutter button. Check out our Manual for Polaroid 600 cameras for pictures and more information.
Check out the Video and see how it's done:
There are circumstances where you’d rather not use flash indoors, for example when you want to snap a Polaroid of something that’s lit by a natural light source, such as a window.
For taking pictures of people indoors with flash it is recommended to place your subjects in front of a light colored background (i.e. a white wall) and stand about 1.2 to 3 meters (about 4 to 10 feet) away when taking the picture.
Watch our video to learn more about the topic:
Check out our other tips:
Polaroid Photo-Tip #1: Backlit
Polaroid Photo-Tip #2: Correct Exposure
Polaroid Photo-Tip #3: Shooting in Hot Weather
Polaroid Photo-Tip #7: Focus on One Thing Only
Polaroid Photo-Tip #8: How to Get Great Colors in a Polaroid
Polaroid Photo-Tip #9: Protecting Impossible Pictures from Sunlight
Polaroid Photo-Tip #10: Exposure correction
Polaroid Photo-Tip #11: Shooting Indoors
Polaroid Photo-Tip #12: Shooting Outdoors