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joooowan
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Feb 24, 2017 17:03 |  #8881

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Feb 25, 2017 23:50 |  #8882

Could not have had a better week over here.

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Feb 25, 2017 23:55 |  #8883

This home absolutely blows anything I've ever shot out of the water. Wish I had more time with it but honestly I could've been here for days.

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Feb 26, 2017 15:05 |  #8884

Killing those one points ^^


Unfortunately in winter most of my fun shoots slow down since everyone wants to wait until the snow melts so all I have done recently is boring real estate!

new construction in the next couple months should be good though!

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Feb 27, 2017 00:39 |  #8885

So I have been shooting some work stuff with my new Fuji kit instead of 6d and great glass. If anyone remembers from the times I have popped up on this thread, I have very limited time and can't use lights/tripod etc. So I was Leary of an apsC for interiors, but I have been getting so many more jobs documented for our portfolio because I have the thing on me and it is so easy. Here are some samples:

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Feb 27, 2017 00:42 |  #8886

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Everything is relative.
Gear: 6D, Unholy Trinity:twisted: (24Lii, sigma 50A, 135L), and for the other ends of the spectrum, sigmaEX 14mm2.8 and sigmaEX 100-300F4.
Fuji X-e2, Rokinon 8 2.8 Fisheye II, Fuji 14 2.8, Fuji 18-55, Fuji 23 1.4
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Nick3434
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Feb 27, 2017 00:57 |  #8887

And a pretty serious summer kitchen I got the other day.


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This was hard to get and show off both the stone on the island and hood cladding, and lots of glare and light to deal with. As always please CC welcome. I am a stone professional, not a professional photog.aa

Anyway I have really been enjoying my Fuji system on many levels, but the ability to make it work for interiors has me shooting more jobs than ever. It is in my car all the time so I have it when an unexpected stop at a finished house pops up, it doesn't look big and mischievous and alarming so I can really get some quality finished pics without drawing much attention. I shot a job for a friend with the Fuji and 14mm vs my 6d and 24Lii, and initially the canon had more detail/DR/ and cleaner noise for sure. I learned how to better handle the Fuji files in LR. And for large quality website portfolio pics, the more I edited them and compared the more (while yes not as good as FF) was really standing out as a very capable crop camera for interiors and when my Xe2 is paired with the 14 it is little more than a P and S. Any other interior guys using Fuji or similar small platform gear?

Everything is relative.
Gear: 6D, Unholy Trinity:twisted: (24Lii, sigma 50A, 135L), and for the other ends of the spectrum, sigmaEX 14mm2.8 and sigmaEX 100-300F4.
Fuji X-e2, Rokinon 8 2.8 Fisheye II, Fuji 14 2.8, Fuji 18-55, Fuji 23 1.4
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LoneRider
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Feb 27, 2017 10:23 |  #8888

I've most recently been using a 7D2 for my real estate stuff with a Sigma 8-16mm and Yongnuo 600EX flashes. Sold the 7D2 and my 6D to fund my new 5D IV and scored a great deal on a used Sigma 12-24mm f/4.5-5.5 DG HSM II.

Thankfully, the Yongnuo flash incompatibility has been resolved (I wasn't aware of it before making the switch) and with that, I am actually thinking of giving my EOS M5 a go using the 11-22mm lens. The M5 has the two-axis electronic compass and is small enough to use on my footed monopod. Being able to use it would greatly reduce the kit I carry for RE work.

Was supposed to have job today which would have been the trial, but we got several inches of unexpected snow and the agent cancelled.

Will probably spend some time testing the process at my own house to get an idea of the viability of it.


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mltn
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Feb 27, 2017 13:47 |  #8889

Nick3434 wrote in post #18286338 (external link)
So I have been shooting some work stuff with my new Fuji kit instead of 6d and great glass. If anyone remembers from the times I have popped up on this thread, I have very limited time and can't use lights/tripod etc. So I was Leary of an apsC for interiors, but I have been getting so many more jobs documented for our portfolio because I have the thing on me and it is so easy. Here are some samples:

Good looking stuff, you can't even use a tripod?




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BallerStatus
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Feb 27, 2017 14:23 |  #8890

I've had a realtor hire me to do some work for them recently. They know I'm just starting out in this genre, but they keep asking me when I can shoot the next house, so hoping this keeps going. I'm learning a lot with each shoot. All shot with the EOS M + EF adapter + Canon EF-S 10-18 STM. Here's the most recent house I have shot for them, very limited time to shoot the house and photos were delivered within 24 hours to get the listing posted.

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2 5Dc's and EOS M - Canon EF-M 22mm f2, Canon 35mm f2 IS, Canon 50mm f1.8, Canon 85mm f1.8, Canon 135 f2L, Canon 24-105mm f4L IS
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joooowan
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Post has been edited 8 months ago by joooowan.
Feb 27, 2017 14:35 as a reply to BallerStatus's post |  #8891

Very decent!, though i'd fix the verticals on #3.

My turnaround time is usually also 24 hours. Gets rough when you're working through a 5k+ sq-foot home


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joooowan
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Feb 27, 2017 14:44 |  #8892

Nick3434 wrote in post #18286345 (external link)
And a pretty serious summer kitchen I got the other day.

This was hard to get and show off both the stone on the island and hood cladding, and lots of glare and light to deal with. As always please CC welcome. I am a stone professional, not a professional photog.aa

Anyway I have really been enjoying my Fuji system on many levels, but the ability to make it work for interiors has me shooting more jobs than ever. It is in my car all the time so I have it when an unexpected stop at a finished house pops up, it doesn't look big and mischievous and alarming so I can really get some quality finished pics without drawing much attention. I shot a job for a friend with the Fuji and 14mm vs my 6d and 24Lii, and initially the canon had more detail/DR/ and cleaner noise for sure. I learned how to better handle the Fuji files in LR. And for large quality website portfolio pics, the more I edited them and compared the more (while yes not as good as FF) was really standing out as a very capable crop camera for interiors and when my Xe2 is paired with the 14 it is little more than a P and S. Any other interior guys using Fuji or similar small platform gear?

Good stuff. Am also curious, did you use a tripod?


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BallerStatus
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Feb 27, 2017 15:24 |  #8893

joooowan wrote in post #18286899 (external link)
Very decent!, though i'd fix the verticals on #3.

My turnaround time is usually also 24 hours. Gets rough when you're working through a 5k+ sq-foot home

Yep, you are right about the verticals on that one. I have been fixing them, but looks like one slipped thru.


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Feb 27, 2017 16:27 |  #8894

I just had my first RE job, full thread about it here: My 1st RE Shoot - Feedback Welcomed which includes a few more photos and a link to the listing's full gallery. But here are a couple of my favorite shots. I'm always looking to learn, so things that I did well or things that I do can improve upon are welcomed feedback.

The second shot shown here was particularly difficult light to work with, and required layering two images in PS with WB set for the bathroom and bedroom and masking so the bedroom wasn't blue and the bathroom wasn't yellow. I also had to paint a desaturation adjustment layer on the door jam separating the rooms which after blending the two layers was extremely dark & blue. And, no, I don't know why they don't have a mirror in the master bathroom yet, but it made my work easier...


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The client was very pleased with the work, and said we'll be doing a lot of work together in the future. So that's great, but I still want to look at my work critically from a photography perspective and improve my results.

Cameras: Sony α7R II, Canon 40D, Samsung Galaxy S7
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Telescope: Meade LXD55 SN-6" F=762mm f/5, with a 2x Barlow T-Mount
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amairphoto
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Feb 27, 2017 17:13 |  #8895

Shot Zuma recently here in Vegas

1.

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