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Jan 31, 2012 09:14 |  #4352

This is a great shot, but the verticals on the left side are leaning to the right.


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Jan 31, 2012 10:09 |  #4353

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Jan 31, 2012 11:13 |  #4354

mikekelley wrote in post #13798791 (external link)
haha this is so depressing!

I wish my apartment was that big.

I have a lot more crap in mine though.


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Jan 31, 2012 11:37 |  #4355

mikekelley wrote in post #13798791 (external link)
haha this is so depressing!

Guess I won't be inviting you over for coffee haha


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Jan 31, 2012 12:00 |  #4356

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Jan 31, 2012 17:00 as a reply to  @ ThreeD23's post |  #4357

TGrundvig wrote in post #13799778 (external link)
This is a great shot, but the verticals on the left side are leaning to the right.

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Thanks a lot for the help guys! I realized it looked a bit off but wasn't 100 per cent sure.. Appreciate it !! Big big print size for this shot I can't wait to approach the golf club and see if they'd like to purchase the shot :D


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Jan 31, 2012 17:54 |  #4358

JAM13 wrote in post #13802331 (external link)
Thanks a lot for the help guys! I realized it looked a bit off but wasn't 100 per cent sure.. Appreciate it !! Big big print size for this shot I can't wait to approach the golf club and see if they'd like to purchase the shot :D

I'd also sell the image to any agent marketing that neighborhood. You stand a good chance of making money off this image from multiple sources if you play your cards right. Best of luck to you!


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Jan 31, 2012 18:08 as a reply to  @ TGrundvig's post |  #4359

I would like to share few photos taken for our company website.

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Feb 01, 2012 08:28 |  #4360

Shot a cozy condo last night:

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I accidentally shot the whole place in ISO1000... As I was editing, I've found that my 5D can't handle ISO very well. A lot of the shots were pretty noisy so I couldn't adjust the brightness/tones much without getting extremely grainy. I thought the 5D was supposed to handle high ISO?

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Feb 01, 2012 08:52 as a reply to  @ discoduck's post |  #4361

Nice shots. Don't have experience with the 5d.
My only other comment would be the low camera height on all of the shots. #2 would be more interesting IMO if I could see over the dishwasher and see the rest of the room. Not everyone is 36" tall. :)


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Feb 01, 2012 12:20 |  #4362

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I accidentally shot the whole place in ISO1000... As I was editing, I've found that my 5D can't handle ISO very well. A lot of the shots were pretty noisy so I couldn't adjust the brightness/tones much without getting extremely grainy. I thought the 5D was supposed to handle high ISO?

Very nice images...very nice. Too bad about the ISO 1000 hahaha but I once made the same mistake. I set the ISO to AUTO...did not turn out nice haha but like myself, I believe that it will be the last time it happens to you, as it was the last time it happened to me. I always double check my stuff before a shoot.

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Nice shots. Don't have experience with the 5d.
My only other comment would be the low camera height on all of the shots. #2 would be more interesting IMO if I could see over the dishwasher and see the rest of the room. Not everyone is 36" tall. :)

I dissagree with gnwatts, I love the height of the shot. It makes it more interesting than if it wat at 5 or 6 feet high. I believe that your height is around 4 feet and that is fine for me. The perspective is very inviting to my eye.

gnwatts, do disrespect intended...just giving my opinion.


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Feb 01, 2012 12:37 |  #4363

Sorry about the ISO1000 issue Richie. I believe the 5D has one custom setting on the dial. I would set this to your go to settings for real estate. Then you wont have the ISO issue again. My 40D has 3 and I use 2 for RE photography.

I agree with Joe and Greg on that the pictures look nice but I agree with Greg on the height of the camera. I feel it a little too low as well. I used to shoot lower but now shoot around 5ft. Most people can't see under the top kitchen cupboards.

What I like to do is shoot from a higher view point, tilt the camera down then correct the verticals in post.

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The view works nicely and I am not looking at the bottom side of the top cupboards. The verticals were easy to fix. Just remember to shoot a little wider if you use this technique. Of course, if you have a tilt shift lens even better!

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Feb 01, 2012 12:39 as a reply to  @ Joe.Recon's post |  #4364

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Feb 01, 2012 12:42 |  #4365

Joe.Recon wrote in post #13807044 (external link)
I dissagree with gnwatts, I love the height of the shot. It makes it more interesting than if it wat at 5 or 6 feet high. I believe that your height is around 4 feet and that is fine for me. The perspective is very inviting to my eye.

gnwatts, do disrespect intended...just giving my opinion.

No problem.
I did not say all of the shots, just the one showing the side of the dishwasher, when 18" higher would show the dishwasher and also some the room beyond, tying the 2 together.
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