Interior composition

The composition is a connection of different parts into a single whole according to the idea that due to feeling and intuition they turn into a whole form. It is also worth noting that the composition is a conscious direction of gaze on the image.

The basis for the formation of a balanced composition is the well-known principle of the golden ratio or in a simplified version, the rule of thirds, which is often used when creating a photograph or when creating images due to the architectural grid.

Today it is difficult to imagine designing an interior or exterior without 3D visualizations of the future object. Thus, we will continue to talk about the compositions in the frame at the time of creating the visualization.
There are several main factors that affect the correctness of the composition:

– Proportion and orientation of the frame;
– Foreshortening and planning of the frame;
– Color, filling, repetition;
– Statics and dynamics.

If we talk about the construction of the angle for the interior, where the main value of the composition is the transfer of the volume of space and graphicity of the interior. The most common and successful classic angles: straight, frontal, or angular angles. Basically, frontal angles are built on the principle of symmetry and statics of objects, and angular – in the dynamics and rhythm.

Frontal angles very favorably convey the central object or “chip” of the interior on which the focus is clearly focused. The main point of construction of such a perspective in the foreground and middle plans. Symmetry, which is most acceptable to the eye, is also often observed on the anterior angles.

In turn, angular foreshortenings give the chance to transfer volume of space, to level massive subjects of an interior: tables, bar counters, etc., at the expense of perspective reduction and partial capture by the camera of subjects. Angular angles contain a dynamic composition, due to which the viewer seems to get into the interior with interest.

No less important for the presentation of the interior are close-up shots. This means building a composition where the focus is on a specific subject. The viewer perceives such visualizations as an accent, as a view of the details that form the overall concept and mood.

Thus, an interesting, harmonious composition plays a major role in building a perspective and the most effective demonstration of visual material. Allows you to convey the comfort and mood of the interior.