|23rd of May 2010 (Sun)||#1|
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Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Never ever thought I'd do HDR, but
I've been hired to do interior shooting over the summer and figured I should learn how to do it after looking at Architectural Digest and all that good stuff- there's a ton of it. Flash works well sometimes but a lot of the time kills the natural direction and quality of light, which is a huge part of high end real estate and architecture.
Although I used both off-camera flash and HDR, I'm more interested in the HDR aspect of things. I've actually only tried HDR once or twice back when I was just starting and we never really got along, but now I have to learn or die (client has requested it...in her words "our old photographer did something weird...he was always talking about combining exposures together...and we like that look.."). Some of these are HDR only, some of them are flash only, and some are HDR and flash together.
Anything that would help me improve the quality/feel of these would be greatly appreciated.
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