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Mar 08, 2012 19:06 as a reply to  @ post 14052491 |  #4681

On my home from Telluride, I stopped at a building in Delta, Co that I have passed 100 times before but never stopped at. It is a time capsule from 1937, perfectly preserved in every respect. It is called the Delta Municipal Building, and house some enormous diesel generators to create electricity, and is still used when they have outages.
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Mar 08, 2012 19:16 |  #4682

First exterior shot that I took for an apartment complex. I'm mostly a wedding photographer, but was asked if I could shoot their complex. Seemed like an interesting gig, so any tips or critiques would be appreciated in regards to angle, framing, etc.

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Mar 08, 2012 19:18 |  #4683

gnwatts wrote in post #14052708 (external link)
On my home from Telluride, I stopped at a building in Delta, Co that I have passed 100 times before but never stopped at. It is a time capsule from 1937, perfectly preserved in every respect. It is called the Delta Municipal Building, and house some enormous diesel generators to create electricity, and is still used when they have outages.
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Mar 08, 2012 21:16 |  #4684

Joe.Recon wrote in post #14048816 (external link)
Shot this a few days ago. Used flash only. C&C please.

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Love it.

Maybe clone out the wire on the TV for a cleaner look?


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Mar 08, 2012 22:07 |  #4685

TGrundvig wrote in post #14048957 (external link)
The shot looks good to me, but that purple wall is kind of distracting.

The owner is very "modern" !

realtor wrote in post #14049178 (external link)
There is a small albino mouse terd to left of rug. Any good shows on TV?
The dark shadows look a bit clipped on my monitor..
Looks like a great angle for room.

Yeah..about the turd...forgot my pooper scooper !

discoduck wrote in post #14049607 (external link)
A few shadows need fixing. I like the purple wall, it makes the photo pop big time.

Overall nice shot.

I agree on the shadows

mtimber wrote in post #14051202 (external link)
Great shot, love the colours and lighting.

Mark :-)

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gnwatts wrote in post #14051815 (external link)
This shot looks great. X2 on the albino mouse turd. It's a little too dark.

Thx and sorry about turd !

Luxury wrote in post #14053443 (external link)
Love it.

Maybe clone out the wire on the TV for a cleaner look?

WOw...never noticed those. Thx for hint ! I'll change that and resend to client !


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Mar 08, 2012 22:12 |  #4686

Great first shot. What I would work on would be fixing the huge halos around top of building and the last floor seems to be highlighted. And keep the verticals straight ! (Said constructively by the way)

PS: Reading you signature, I can't help but to be amazed youre only 21 and got married over 200 times. So...my question is: we're the women nuts or are you the problem ? :lol:

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First exterior shot that I took for an apartment complex. I'm mostly a wedding photographer, but was asked if I could shoot their complex. Seemed like an interesting gig, so any tips or critiques would be appreciated in regards to angle, framing, etc.

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Mar 08, 2012 22:15 |  #4687

Joe.Recon wrote in post #14053712 (external link)
Great first shot. What I would work on would be fixing the huge halos around top of building and the last floor seems to be highlighted. (Said constructively by the way)

PS: Reading you signature, I can't help but to be amazed youre only 21 and got married over 200 times. So...my question is: we're the women nuts or are you the problem ? :lol:

LOL, thanks for the pointers. It was most definitely ME that was the problem :)


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Mar 08, 2012 22:33 |  #4688

Just got the ball rolling on a personal project documenting the history of architecture in Iceland from turf huts in the 1800s through mid-century to the ultra-modern scandinavian styles seen today. Going over this summer (august). Can't.Freaking.Wait!

I love this job.


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Mar 08, 2012 22:37 |  #4689

mikekelley wrote in post #14053811 (external link)
Just got the ball rolling on a personal project documenting the history of architecture in Iceland from turf huts in the 1800s through mid-century to the ultra-modern scandinavian styles seen today. Going over this summer (august). Can't.Freaking.Wait!

I love this job.

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Mar 08, 2012 22:40 |  #4690

I'm getting lots of free gear to bring and test, but at this point I'm paying for everything as far as travel/food/hotel goes...hopefully I can figure something out :lol:


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Mar 08, 2012 23:46 |  #4691

mikekelley wrote in post #14053846 (external link)
hopefully I can figure something out :lol:

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Mar 09, 2012 00:48 |  #4692

Joe.Recon wrote in post #14053692 (external link)
The owner is very "modern" !

Yeah..about the turd...forgot my pooper scooper !

I agree on the shadows

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Thx and sorry about turd !

WOw...never noticed those. Thx for hint ! I'll change that and resend to client !

LOL....."modern"....th​at is the color of Royalty and has been for a LONG time. Nothing 'modern' about purple. LOL


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Mar 09, 2012 00:51 |  #4693

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Mar 09, 2012 00:51 |  #4694

TGrundvig wrote in post #14054376 (external link)
LOL....."modern"....th​at is the color of Royalty and has been for a LONG time. Nothing 'modern' about purple. LOL

haha i know ! But they were a bit modern with a pinch of conservative


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Mar 10, 2012 05:47 as a reply to  @ Joe.Recon's post |  #4695

Had a presentation at a small RE company yesterday morning (I'm in FL.). They mentioned, in one of the CE classes here, they're were telling the realtors there was NO, "Photoshopping," allowed. They were being told no adjustments to photos at all. I tried to explain, I'm sure they're talking about not doing things like getting rid of a hole in a wall or cloning out a water spot not doing something like adjusting for brightness, contrast, etc. We'll see if I hear this from more realtors. Was interesting...




  
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