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Oct 20, 2016 10:46 |  #8656

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Nice work, what was your FL for these?

Thanks! These were on the 24mm ts-e :-D (..i gotta find out what I did with metadata settings this weekend that it cut out the lens info)


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Oct 20, 2016 12:09 |  #8657

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Since this is for the builder and owner, I'd have gotten rid of the houses in the background and cloned out the long branch of the shrub along side the driveway.
Its cropped a bit tight on the right side. eliminating the distracting building in the background would make the tight crop unnecessary.

The final image looks off kilter. The verticals are vertical and it appears the horizon is straight but visually it doesn't look right to me.

Crop could be better, yes. I guess I don't see what you mean with the off kilter. Looks normal to me.


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Oct 20, 2016 16:33 |  #8658

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Oct 21, 2016 00:12 |  #8659

seaLere wrote in post #18162127 (external link)
Crop could be better, yes. I guess I don't see what you mean with the off kilter. Looks normal to me.

I think its the fact that the grass, yard slope down to the left and the angle puts an upward visual slope to the roof line. The angle of view isn't far enough off square to be visually significant.


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Oct 21, 2016 12:57 |  #8660

This is a little different from the standard fare here, but what is your guys' worst experience on a shoot?

Mine is from yesterday evening:

I have a client that's been challenging lately, and last night I had a homeowner completely blow up in my face. I was shooting a bathroom for a design/build firm, and I was there only with my assistant, no representative from the business. I need a couple hours minimum to get their shots, and that is supposed to be clearly communicated, but nobody told this guy. A little over an hour in he completely lost it and screamed at us for a couple minutes because we weren't done yet, it was awful. I was shaking afterward, and I was genuinely concerned it was going to get physical.

Needless to say I am beyond furious with my client, and I can't believe I would be put in that situation, it was easily one of the worst moments of photography career.




  
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Oct 21, 2016 13:16 |  #8661

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This is a little different from the standard fare here, but what is your guys' worst experience on a shoot?

Mine is from yesterday evening:

I have a client that's been challenging lately, and last night I had a homeowner completely blow up in my face. I was shooting a bathroom for a design/build firm, and I was there only with my assistant, no representative from the business. I need a couple hours minimum to get their shots, and that is supposed to be clearly communicated, but nobody told this guy. A little over an hour in he completely lost it and screamed at us for a couple minutes because we weren't done yet, it was awful. I was shaking afterward, and I was genuinely concerned it was going to get physical.

Needless to say I am beyond furious with my client, and I can't believe I would be put in that situation, it was easily one of the worst moments of photography career.

Thats crazy, i dont understand people sometimes. Not getting him anywhere blowing up on you. Ive had some bad experiences but nothing on that level.


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Oct 23, 2016 15:17 |  #8662

A couple for one of my agents today. Probably my favorite dining room shot so far (I think it's just because I like the dining room and not necessarily the photo.) I do wish I would have added a little light through the window in the kitchen.


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Oct 28, 2016 12:31 |  #8663

seaLere wrote in post #18164686 (external link)
A couple for one of my agents today. Probably my favorite dining room shot so far (I think it's just because I like the dining room and not necessarily the photo.) I do wish I would have added a little light through the window in the kitchen.

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I like the house based on these photos. The color scheme, minimalist look, and the island with built in pet bowls is to die for. I'm moving...hehehe


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Oct 28, 2016 12:33 |  #8664

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I like the house based on these photos. The color scheme, minimalist look, and the island with built in pet bowls is to die for. I'm moving...hehehe

I also love the house! First house I've gotten to shoot in awhile with the contemporary look that I like. About time!

Also, a few twilights from the same house.


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Nov 01, 2016 06:02 |  #8665

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Nov 01, 2016 19:31 |  #8666

Got upgraded to the Presidential Suite at the Hilton in Niagara Falls the day of my daughter's wedding. I only had one flash, no tripod and a 24-70 because I was only going to shoot the garter and bouquet toss after their paid photographer had left. I was so upset I didn't have my 16-35 vmad

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Nov 02, 2016 10:02 |  #8667

seaLere wrote in post #18164686 (external link)
A couple for one of my agents today. Probably my favorite dining room shot so far (I think it's just because I like the dining room and not necessarily the photo.) I do wish I would have added a little light through the window in the kitchen.

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Care to explain the lighting setup? Images look fantastic.


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Nov 02, 2016 11:15 |  #8668

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Care to explain the lighting setup? Images look fantastic.


Thank you! There were about 2-3 flashed shots for each. One ambient shot (at proper exposure for the interior) was used to mask in any areas that looked harsh from the flash.

On the kitchen there was one flash near the highest point of the ceiling, and one over near the right by the door that's cut off.

On the dining room there was a flash pop in the upper right close to the window, and in the upper left by the other window.


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Nov 03, 2016 09:22 |  #8669

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Nov 05, 2016 06:16 |  #8670

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