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Behind the scenes of an architectureal shoot - from set to post processing

 
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Aug 25, 2011 20:01 |  #1

http://www.youtube.com …ature=channel_v​ideo_title (external link)

Here's a video I put together detailing everything that goes into two of my shoots - from setup and the job on set, to post processing. Enjoy! Here are the shots that get broken down:

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Aug 25, 2011 20:37 |  #2

Really cool. I enjoyed that.


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Aug 25, 2011 21:05 as a reply to  @ mrbubbles's post |  #3

Great Job. I don't think the majority of people looking at shots like these understand the work that goes into them.


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Aug 25, 2011 22:22 as a reply to  @ NathanBrummer's post |  #4

Thank you for sharing. Great final shots


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Aug 26, 2011 08:03 |  #5

great video showing all the work you put into these shots. It sure does pay off. Thanks for sharing




  
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Aug 26, 2011 08:16 as a reply to  @ Equoria's post |  #6

Thanks for the behind-the scenes. Great effort, great results.




  
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Aug 26, 2011 09:10 |  #7

Way cool! Thanks for sharing. Didn't you post a similar video ~2 months ago?

Curious but what are you using for your handheld light source?


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Aug 26, 2011 10:58 |  #8

Chippy569 wrote in post #13003035 (external link)
Curious but what are you using for your handheld light source?

^This.
I'm curious about that too.


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Aug 26, 2011 13:10 |  #9

Thanks for all the positive comments guys! I realized I somehow spelled "architecture" wrong in the title, thereby discrediting everything I know about it in the process :lol:

Anyway, to answer some questions:

I'm using a 430exii on a pocketwizard flex unit on a monopod with a remote trigger in my hand (usually a pocketwizard or some random other brand, depends on my mood and how many lights I've got going).

I did post a similar video but the production quality on this one is just way better!

And Nathan, you're totally right - one of the reasons I put this together was to show just how much work I am putting into these shots :)


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Aug 26, 2011 13:13 |  #10

Man! You had a front loader there to lift your tripod/camera up to take the shots of the first house in the video?! HOW much ARE you making off this gig!? Sheesh!


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Aug 26, 2011 13:16 |  #11

Haha! Yeah, I did. What can I say - do something unique and sell your services well and the money will follow. Everything in my life I try to do as best as I possibly can - photography is no exception. Always push to be better and the front end loaders will follow :lol:


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Aug 26, 2011 13:18 |  #12

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Haha! Yeah, I did. What can I say - do something unique and sell your services well and the money will follow. Everything in my life I try to do as best as I possibly can - photography is no exception. Always push to be better and the front end loaders will follow :lol:

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to that! Preach on brotha!

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Aug 26, 2011 13:45 |  #13

You should post this on vimeo.


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Aug 26, 2011 14:45 |  #14

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You should post this on vimeo.

Amen to that too! DOWN WITH YOUTUBE!


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Aug 26, 2011 17:44 |  #15

Damn I had no idea. That was an awesome video. Thanks for the peek behind the scenes.


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