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digirebelva
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Sep 18, 2016 07:35 |  #8506

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Sep 20, 2016 01:16 |  #8507

Slowly getting the hang of this.

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Sep 20, 2016 10:28 |  #8508

^^ Your lighting keeps getting better and better. If there is one thing I would critique it would be like some of the other shots and it's composition, I would have tried to shoot this from the right (if possible) to capture the front door. You will probably end up getting the neighboring house in it a bit more, but my eye is drawn to the garage door and not the house. Maybe shoot up the sidewalk into the front door with a slight angle?(It doesn't help that the majority of the front is garage door lol)


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Sep 20, 2016 10:36 |  #8509

joooowan wrote in post #18130429 (external link)
Thanks! I popped 2 rovelights on that one, 1 to lower camera left and one pointed behind camera and blended with ambient. I with you on the cabinets, but this was an for an RE listing so you know.. they want it BRIGHT. I really appreciated the staging. The curtains were like giant softboxes, here's a couple more. I think the bottom bedroom shot was just 1 shot out of the camera toned a little.
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These are almost too nice to be considered real estate shots. Great work.




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Sep 20, 2016 15:17 |  #8510

Haven't done much real estate lately, but here's a sweet loft from the other day.

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Sep 20, 2016 19:48 as a reply to mltn's post |  #8511

Gorgeous.




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Sep 20, 2016 19:50 |  #8512

Difficult light and 4 little kids running around... RUN N GUN BABY

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Sep 20, 2016 20:12 |  #8513

^^ gorgeous as always.


I dread that exterior haha. Especially in that sunlight. In my real estate prep checklist I always say lock kids and dogs in the closet lol (in a different manner).


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Sep 20, 2016 22:13 |  #8514

I like to find more unusual view in houses I photograph to go along with the expected ones. Here are a couple I shot last week.

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Sep 20, 2016 22:14 |  #8515

And a nice loft in one of the houses from last week.

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Sep 21, 2016 22:37 |  #8516

What are you guys using for tripod heads? I'd like to ditch the ballhead and find something better but I sure as hell don't have Arca Swiss cash.


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Sep 21, 2016 22:53 |  #8517

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Sep 21, 2016 22:56 |  #8518

seaLere wrote in post #18136182 (external link)
What are you guys using for tripod heads? I'd like to ditch the ballhead and find something better but I sure as hell don't have Arca Swiss cash.

Still using a ball head (Sirui KX 30), but I have plans to add a Manfrotto geared head - the 410 junior.


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Sep 21, 2016 23:18 |  #8519

seaLere wrote in post #18136182 (external link)
What are you guys using for tripod heads? I'd like to ditch the ballhead and find something better but I sure as hell don't have Arca Swiss cash.

Manfrotto 410 Jr. geared head is the way for me. Used to use a 3 way pan head, and having gears is life changing. Not cheap, but much less than an Arca Swiss Cube. It doesn't have as fine control as the 2x priced 405 either, but I still love it.




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Sep 21, 2016 23:33 |  #8520

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Difficult light and 4 little kids running around... RUN N GUN BABY

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Leather couches can be so tough. They reflect any/every light source and if they aren't in pristine condition, it really shows. Kitchen looks fantastic though.




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