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Jun 22, 2015 13:15 as a reply to  @ post 17603020 |  #7171

I lit all the exterior with a strobe and a 1/2 CTO gel. Most "pops" were taken with me between 10-15 feet from my target and the strobe zoom set to about 35mm. Really pushed the limits of the 6D Wifi connection here, it disconnected from my iPhone (acting as a remote trigger) a handful of times while I was shooting.




  
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not sure if I posted these earlier, but a couple that I was very happy with.


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Jun 22, 2015 20:24 |  #7173

Nicely done Ken


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Jun 23, 2015 08:59 |  #7174

Ambient + 2 OCF fused..
1 behind me, 1 in the dining room

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Jun 23, 2015 09:55 as a reply to  @ digirebelva's post |  #7175

That sure looks good Mr. Wilson.




  
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Jun 23, 2015 10:00 |  #7176

I'm still working on getting someone to let me shoot their interior.

Thought I'd post a couple exteriors. (feedback welcome)


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Jun 23, 2015 10:16 as a reply to  @ lacogada's post |  #7177

Verticals are off and a little over processed for my liking.


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Jun 23, 2015 10:31 |  #7178

shaunmcfd wrote in post #17607615 (external link)
Verticals are off and a little over processed for my liking.

Thank you ... I'll have to learn how to fix that.




  
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Jun 23, 2015 10:38 |  #7179

lacogada wrote in post #17607633 (external link)
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Verticals are off and a little over processed for my liking.

Thank you ... I'll have to learn how to fix that.

Shooting with the camera pointed up is the first thing you want to avoid, it leans all the walls in. This is why a tilt shift lens in architectural photography is so helpful.

THe problem with doing it in post is that it manipulates the image a lot, but you could try to salvage it in post with the perspective correction tools in PS. But it looks like it might get tight on that right side.


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Jun 23, 2015 11:03 |  #7180

shaunmcfd wrote in post #17607615 (external link)
Verticals are off and a little over processed for my liking.

+1, back off the processing some, it needs to look natural..


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Jun 23, 2015 11:04 as a reply to  @ lacogada's post |  #7181

Thank you


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Jun 23, 2015 11:10 |  #7182

TRhoads wrote in post #17607639 (external link)
Shooting with the camera pointed up is the first thing you want to avoid, it leans all the walls in.

I see .... looking back at the exteriors I took that day, most have that lean inwards.

The problem with doing it in post is that it manipulates the image a lot, but you could try to salvage it in post with the perspective correction tools in PS.

I'll have to try that for now, along with leaving enough room for the correction.

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Jun 23, 2015 13:12 as a reply to  @ lacogada's post |  #7183

If you need to fit the top of the home in the frame, take a few (or a dozen) steps back. Make sure your camera is level, then shoot. You will likely have a ton of empty space in the bottom of your frame, just crop to your liking when you're done. Here's a quick example. These were shot at 29 mm with me far away from the home, maybe 25+ feet from the curb?

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Jun 23, 2015 13:48 |  #7184

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Nope, I leave mine on, but add a OCF to help with color issues when I merge...

What does OCF stand for?


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Jun 23, 2015 13:51 |  #7185

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What does OCF stand for?

Off Camera Flash


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