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Jul 15, 2017 19:41 |  #9091

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The stove and microwave are way cool.

I second that.


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Jul 15, 2017 22:20 |  #9092

lol thats actually a fridge with a hot place on top, woman's tastes reminds me of phoebe from Friends.


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Level390
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Jul 18, 2017 12:10 |  #9093

Been practicing my interiors compositing, how can this be improved?

This is a combination of:

2 flash exposures
2 ambient
a few flash pops on the sofa and chair
1 exposure for the lights

Here's the original ambient exposure for reference: http://i.imgur.com/Wwh​1jwy.jpg (external link)

I usually just shoot bracketed with natural light and combine the exposures I get but the glare on the wooden floor and the orange light coming off the wood was way too extreme to shoot that way, which is why I decided to kill the ambient light with strobes instead.

As a side note I know the composition could have been better but this was the only way I could shoot the room without getting any of the mess in the other half of it.

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Jul 18, 2017 12:55 |  #9094

A++ ^^ 8-)


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Jul 18, 2017 14:24 |  #9095

Level390 wrote in post #18404995 (external link)
Been practicing my interiors compositing, how can this be improved?

This is a combination of:

2 flash exposures
2 ambient
a few flash pops on the sofa and chair
1 exposure for the lights

Here's the original ambient exposure for reference: http://i.imgur.com/Wwh​1jwy.jpg (external link)

I usually just shoot bracketed with natural light and combine the exposures I get but the glare on the wooden floor and the orange light coming off the wood was way too extreme to shoot that way, which is why I decided to kill the ambient light with strobes instead.

As a side note I know the composition could have been better but this was the only way I could shoot the room without getting any of the mess in the other half of it.
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Its a really good shot in a challenging situation. A circular polarizer filter will help control glare and reflections on the fly.




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Level390
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Jul 19, 2017 10:43 as a reply to Scott Spellman's post |  #9096

Good point about the polarizer, I'm looking to upgrade my gear soon but I'll definitely invest in a few once I do.




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Jul 19, 2017 19:34 |  #9097

I think you did a fantastic job. I would PS out the two lights on the ceiling and that shadow from the chair but thats just me


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Jul 21, 2017 17:34 |  #9098

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Jul 21, 2017 18:24 |  #9099


Very nicely done. I especially the involvement of the rooms in the background.


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Jul 21, 2017 18:28 |  #9100

Level390 wrote in post #18404995 (external link)
Been practicing my interiors compositing, how can this be improved?

This is a combination of:

2 flash exposures
2 ambient
a few flash pops on the sofa and chair
1 exposure for the lights

Here's the original ambient exposure for reference: http://i.imgur.com/Wwh​1jwy.jpg (external link)

I usually just shoot bracketed with natural light and combine the exposures I get but the glare on the wooden floor and the orange light coming off the wood was way too extreme to shoot that way, which is why I decided to kill the ambient light with strobes instead.

As a side note I know the composition could have been better but this was the only way I could shoot the room without getting any of the mess in the other half of it.
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Very nice. I am using a flash / ambient routine as my first choice now and like it very much. I still run my bracket as a back up and draw my ambient exposure from the bracket. Incidentally, in my area, if this was for a RE agent, removing those lights from the ceiling would get the both me and the agent in trouble. It would be misrepresenting the room.


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Jul 23, 2017 23:08 |  #9101

DonJuanMair wrote in post #18398863 (external link)
Up in a helicopter, shot this for the Cosmopolitan

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1/160th in a chopper? Holy.. that worked well for you. I would have thought that it would be jittery as heck.


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Jul 23, 2017 23:19 |  #9102

"Date night" at a local hotel with my wife. My camera bag was 5x bigger than my suitcase haha. Keep in mind that I had about 15 minutes to do this until she got annoyed. I ran around like crazy while she sipped on wine and kept out of my way. The things that they put up with.. full gallery here: http://prestigephoto.z​enfolio.com/stone_mill​_inn_st_catharines (external link)

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Jul 24, 2017 06:04 as a reply to rejay14's post |  #9103

"Date night" at a local hotel with my wife."

Methinks you don't quite understand the above definition... :p


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Jul 24, 2017 14:57 |  #9104

rejay14 wrote in post #18409606 (external link)
"Date night" at a local hotel with my wife. My camera bag was 5x bigger than my suitcase haha. Keep in mind that I had about 15 minutes to do this until she got annoyed. I ran around like crazy while she sipped on wine and kept out of my way. The things that they put up with.. full gallery here: http://prestigephoto.z​enfolio.com/stone_mill​_inn_st_catharines (external link)
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Some inconsistent white balance issues throughout the gallery. I think even if you hadnt have said that you were on a date night i would have still felt they looked rushed. Better to do it right than rushed imo.


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Jul 24, 2017 16:37 |  #9105

Flash / Ambient exposures. One light - usually a rovelight cause open plan house need lots of light - bounced either straight up or from the wall behind me blended with either a single ambient exposure or, in difficult situations, an EF blend.

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