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Jun 04, 2013 04:43 |  #5911

Thanks.

I adjusted to suit the in camera meter before tilting the lens, this gets me close to what I wanted. From there it's the trial and error method for me.

..and stacking of exposures in post for the light trails


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Jun 04, 2013 04:45 as a reply to  @ PGD's post |  #5912

Many thanks and great work!


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Jun 04, 2013 04:51 |  #5913

Daylight view of the rather large atrium space..

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Being north east facing natural light only streams through the windows very early doors - when the building is locked up! Not that I'd have seen any sun streaming through with that cloud cover mind :rolleyes:

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Jun 04, 2013 11:14 |  #5914

PGD wrote in post #15997784 (external link)
Daylight view of the rather large atrium space..

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Being north east facing natural light only streams through the windows very early doors - when the building is locked up! Not that I'd have seen any sun streaming through with that cloud cover mind :rolleyes:

Amazing pictures, I really envy tilt'n shift owners.




  
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Jun 06, 2013 20:24 as a reply to  @ klaus00's post |  #5915

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Hello everyone.

This is my first attempt at interior/real estate photography. The concept was to use a 24mm TS lens that I rented and to photo stitch all shift lens position after an Fusion HDR using photomatix.

Many questions arise as I want my pictures to look as professional as possible. When using a technique to extend dynamic range (either HDR or/ flash mix/ flash painting) is it better to keep outside view a few stop brighter witouht totally blowing it out or balance it as much as possible?

Thank you for any comments or advise.

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Jun 07, 2013 02:26 |  #5916

Looks good! :) I think window exposure just comes down to a combination of personal preference and the individual situation. For example, for me, I find if I combine 'correct' exposures for the window view and the interior that the window view is too bold and colourful and somewhat stands out too much and so distracts from the main image, but that is just me and there is no right or wrong answer! In terms of the situation, maybe you're photographing a beautiful interior for a house next to an ugly oil rig or something, you may blow out the window view so that you don't see it. Alternatively you may have an incredible ocean view you want to make the most of, so maybe you would expose the view 'correctly'.

I think in the example you posted you could have afforded to expose the window a little less but it looks pretty good anyway. For most of my work I tend to err on the side of slightly overexposing the given correct value indicated on the in camera meter, but I haven't had the pleasure of shooting an ocean view yet or an oil rig for that matter :) Lastly, don't forget to break/ignore your own rules from time to time either!


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Jun 07, 2013 18:46 |  #5917

PGD wrote in post #15997784 (external link)
Daylight view of the rather large atrium space..

Being north east facing natural light only streams through the windows very early doors - when the building is locked up! Not that I'd have seen any sun streaming through with that cloud cover mind :rolleyes:

beautiful images!

nice portfolio on your website as well


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Jun 08, 2013 10:20 |  #5918

Liquid Dark wrote in post #16010110 (external link)
beautiful images!

nice portfolio on your website as well

Cheers, now how do I go about getting the paid work in?


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Jun 09, 2013 19:49 |  #5919

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Jun 09, 2013 23:45 |  #5920

stairwell at craigdarroch castle in Victoria bc

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Jun 10, 2013 14:42 |  #5921

Great shot Kevin - a very cool building!

I love the wood interior Mike. I wonder if you couldn't have killed the glare on the woodwork with a CPL. Did you add any of your own flash? Wood ceilings can go very dark, so it's great to see this one so well-illuminated.


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Jun 10, 2013 15:44 |  #5922

no it was a 3 shot blend in LR Enfuse with natural light


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Jun 11, 2013 20:30 as a reply to  @ SeattleSpeedster's post |  #5923

Inside Atrium Dome at Franklin Institute, Pennsylvania.

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Jun 13, 2013 15:19 |  #5924

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Jun 13, 2013 16:55 as a reply to  @ amairphoto's post |  #5925

Interesting art. :confused: :oops:


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