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Jun 11, 2015 15:50 |  #1

Hi,

I love shooting architecture in creative ways, but real estate photography and interior design are different from artistic architectural photography and therefore should not be in the same thread imo...

Example: I would not use this image of Vegas strip I took about a year ago in advertising... its not its purpose.

What are your thoughts?


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Jun 11, 2015 15:51 |  #2

Building shot in HDR style... in SLC, UTAH


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Jun 11, 2015 15:54 |  #3

Temple in Mathura, India... 2012


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Jun 11, 2015 16:08 |  #4

I really like the first two images.

Like the third also, but for me, too much space at the bottom.




  
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Jun 11, 2015 17:49 |  #5

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I really like the first two images.

Like the third also, but for me, too much space at the bottom.

it was actually even more space at the bottom that I cropped... 12mm is very wide when shooting vertically...


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Jun 11, 2015 17:52 |  #6

I think this was HDR that I shot at night with one of the shots being 25 seconds long exposure so the stars were visible. i also enhanced them a lot.


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Jun 11, 2015 19:51 as a reply to  @ Deadline's post |  #7

That looks good.

Where is your focus point when shooting those tall vertical buildings ?




  
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Jun 11, 2015 20:01 |  #8

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That looks good.

Where is your focus point when shooting those tall vertical buildings ?

no set rule. depends on a scene...


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Jun 11, 2015 20:03 |  #9

I like these type of shots that I call "nose bleeds"...


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Jun 12, 2015 11:09 |  #10

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no set rule. depends on a scene...

OK ... each scene different.

I'm trying to learn, possibly you could give me a hint as to where.




  
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Jun 12, 2015 11:47 as a reply to  @ lacogada's post |  #11

Well. First of all, if you set your aperture to anything above f/9, you can get almost everything in focus simply due to greater DOF(depth of field), second... with such setting, you can focus on the point that is closer to you and get good results coz of great DOF... but then again, you can always experiment and come up with something very unique just by going against the standards. you never know...

Just make sure to either shoot on a tripod or in very bright lighting because with aperture set to higher numbers you would want to adjust the shutter speed and still be sharp. Tripod is the safest bet if you want to experiment anyhow...


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Jun 12, 2015 14:44 |  #12

Another fisheye shot. i love my fisheye.... also long exposure bracketed shot on a mini tripod that i bring with me when i travel...


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Jun 12, 2015 19:44 |  #13

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I think this was HDR that I shot at night with one of the shots being 25 seconds long exposure so the stars were visible. i also enhanced them a lot.

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Love the tone's in this one.
Also, good use & placement of your watermark. :-)



  
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Jun 16, 2015 11:18 |  #14

B&W HDR. u can tell by the sky...


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Jun 16, 2015 11:20 |  #15

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Love the tone's in this one.
Also, good use & placement of your watermark. :-)


i always try to place my watermark creatively... integrate it into the shot.


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