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Nov 15, 2016 09:43 |  #8687

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You killed that second room! Well done.


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Nov 15, 2016 11:15 |  #8688

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The photo is solid, but its would be a stronger real estate photo if you removed the clutter from the center table and adjusted the composition to show the whole door to the patio.




  
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Nov 16, 2016 15:21 |  #8689

this one is a work in progress... The photoshop rendering of flames is killing me... has anyone figured out a way to make them more realistic? Also how would y'all handle the exterior... blow out the windows?


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Nov 16, 2016 18:38 |  #8690

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this one is a work in progress... The photoshop rendering of flames is killing me... has anyone figured out a way to make them more realistic? Also how would y'all handle the exterior... blow out the windows?

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You're letting the flash do too much work in this. You need to supplement the natural light with the flash, not replace it. Up your shutter speed and let more natural light in, keeping the windows not completely blown out but much brighter than it is. Then flash the window with multiple exposures and use a darken layer mode to brush it in.


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Nov 16, 2016 18:40 |  #8691

Jnader wrote in post #18186347 (external link)
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I'm an obvious rube, but damn this looks nice.


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Nov 16, 2016 19:20 as a reply to  @ seaLere's post |  #8692

Thanks... I know it is flashier then I typically do... but this client wanted that look... It does look better when it can fit on the screen, as it's a bit oversized... I didn't mean how to do a proper window pull... I mean that the backyard is a mess... should I bring it in, or cancel it out....


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Nov 16, 2016 21:19 |  #8693

As a first option I would probably try brushing over just the ground and darkening it/reducing exposure so that it doesn't draw the eye so much. That way you keep the outside but it isn't a noticeable.


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Nov 17, 2016 11:07 |  #8694

The interior is definitely a lot prettier than that backyard


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Nov 17, 2016 14:47 |  #8695

a couple from a house today


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Nov 17, 2016 15:26 |  #8696

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I was about to say I thought the stove arrangement was terrible but then realized that it was the wide-angle lens that made that area look so deep, too deep. I would have backed up as far as possible and used a longer lens to get same POV but with better perspective.


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Nov 17, 2016 15:29 |  #8697

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I agree the lens is set too wide - especially in the top one. Makes the room look bad and the buyer may be disappointed when they actually see the room. Disappointing buyer means your client has to make uncomfortable explanations which is never good.


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Nov 17, 2016 21:14 |  #8698

Trying to practice this a bit still need some work on getting everything straight.


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Nov 17, 2016 23:34 |  #8699

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As above, appears that the lens choice causes the problem. Too wide.

(side question: Navy?)


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Nov 18, 2016 06:10 as a reply to  @ Hinson's post |  #8700

Ah ok I'll try it at 12mm or 14mm and see how they do. Marine Corps. Lol good eye.


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