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Mar 30, 2015 14:19 |  #6931

PhilF wrote in post #17495106 (external link)
nice.
would have been better if you also fixed the view in the window.

Thank you! The window exposure was just enough IMO. I prefer slightly over-exposing the windows as long the view isn't too important. In this case, end of winter gray skies and bare trees... not that great of a view.


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Mar 31, 2015 13:57 |  #6932

PBaker wrote in post #17498230 (external link)
Thank you! The window exposure was just enough IMO. I prefer slightly over-exposing the windows as long the view isn't too important. In this case, end of winter gray skies and bare trees... not that great of a view.

i feel the same way. If the view is note worthy by all means get a good exposure on it, otherwise it can just be distracting.

In fact i think that having the windows just a touch blown can actually make the room feel more warm and inviting.


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Mar 31, 2015 16:28 |  #6933

Left Handed Brisket wrote in post #17499506 (external link)
i feel the same way. If the view is note worthy by all means get a good exposure on it, otherwise it can just be distracting.

In fact i think that having the windows just a touch blown can actually make the room feel more warm and inviting.


Very true! I also often times think that a photograph looks very "artificial" when the view out of a window is the same exposure as the interior.


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Apr 01, 2015 19:17 |  #6934

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Apr 03, 2015 13:25 |  #6935

Last house I did. Would appreciate any feedback.


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Apr 03, 2015 13:26 |  #6936

A couple more


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Apr 03, 2015 18:44 as a reply to  @ fordbjr's post |  #6937

How are your shots done? Blending exposures? Any flash? I think they're nice shots. The only one I don't like is the last one from above due to converging lines  :p

Do you have another shot of the kitchen facing it? My favorite is your first shot of the living room


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Apr 04, 2015 20:12 |  #6938

3 exposures blended. Also use a flash. Will post some more next week. They're on my work computer.


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Apr 04, 2015 20:42 as a reply to  @ fordbjr's post |  #6939

How far apart are the exposures?


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Apr 04, 2015 20:58 |  #6940

-2, 0, and +2

If that's what you mean


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Apr 05, 2015 00:07 |  #6941

Real estate photography has come so far over the past few years. It's really impressive how good some of you guys have become.




  
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Apr 05, 2015 10:01 |  #6942

fordbjr wrote in post #17504705 (external link)
-2, 0, and +2

If that's what you mean

It is. Thanks!


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Apr 07, 2015 11:52 as a reply to  @ tytlyf's post |  #6943

Here is one facing the kitchen


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Apr 07, 2015 13:53 |  #6944

PBaker wrote in post #17498230 (external link)
Thank you! The window exposure was just enough IMO. I prefer slightly over-exposing the windows as long the view isn't too important. In this case, end of winter gray skies and bare trees... not that great of a view.

I'm with you!

The ability in recent years to add local temperature adjustments is key, also. I'm not a fan of unbalanced color temp due to blueish window light fighting with yellow interior lights...


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Apr 10, 2015 17:50 |  #6945

fordbjr wrote in post #17504662 (external link)
3 exposures blended. Also use a flash. Will post some more next week. They're on my work computer.

Very nice work. An I like the overhead view. Although it's unusual, I don't think the convergence is bad in that one. I think it's expected and would look strange if it DIDN'T converge.

Blended with LR Enfuse or by hand or...?

I like the window light. Even though our brains naturally see a completely balanced exposure between window and room light, I think that looks unrealistic in a photograph. A slight overexposure of the windows seems to add reality and depth in most cases.


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