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Old 21st of April 2008 (Mon)   #1
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Default Captain's villa

Last weekend I shot the interior of a friends' villa so I can later design him a brochure, web page etc. It was my very first time of shooting interiors, and this villa had 400m2 so it took me almost all day to do all the rooms.
Here are the first ones to come out of the oven; I'd really like to hear your comments and critique, being unexperienced in this field of photography...

All shot with 40D + 17-70mm sigma, with available light.









p.s. If somebody wants to spend a few days/weeks in this place, we can try and arrange something!
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Here's a few more...







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Nice series. I like number three on the first set (bathroom one) for some reason the best.
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Thanks! Yeah... we had some fun with the jacuzzi tub...
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I think you did really well for your first time - I like the whole of the first set quite a bit.
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