How do you photograph a carpet?
You should make sure that everything is in a good condition to photgraph, from your carpet to the room you choose to shoot.
Make sure your carpet is clean
If it is not clean, it is hard to take a great carpet photo. Viewers can see the dirty in the carpet, which will be a turn-off.
Is the floor clean?
If the floor is dirty, you’ll want to wash it down before putting the new carpet down.
Is the ceiling clean?
Ceiling tiles can be a pain to clean, especially if they’re not properly sealed. Make sure it is clean before you start shooting.
The Options to Shoot
One option is to use a tripod to stabilize the camera and shoot from a low angle to capture the texture and detail of the carpet. Another option is to use a handheld camera and try to capture the colors and patterns in the carpet.
Option 1: Shoot from a low angle to capture the texture and detail of the carpet.
The first option in this image is to shoot from below. This gives us a three-dimensional perspective of the texture of the carpet and creates a visual interest. Another thing to keep in mind when choosing a camera angle is to not only take photos that make a strong visual statement but also give the viewer enough to draw from in terms of color, composition, and subject matter.
Option 2: Use a handheld camera and try to capture the colors and patterns in the carpet.
Try to use your camera to focus on the colors and details of the carpet. And the photos you take will be much more attractive and get a lot of attention from viewers.
You can also take a close-up of the pattern using a macro lens.
Carpet Photography Ideas