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Nov 29, 2017 16:29 |  #1

I HAVE TO TAKE IMAGES FOR THE WEB FOR MY WORK...

LARGE WAREHOUSES AROUND 2000M2 EACH ...

IMEAGES TO BE TAKEN FROM THE STREET MOSTLY ...

I AM THINKING ALONG THE LINES OF 16-35MM ON A TRIPOD WITH A FEW SELECT ZOOMED IMAGES I.E COMPANY LOGO...

ANY ADVICE OR TIPS WOULD BE GREAT....I HAVE HDR CAPABILITIES EQUIPMENT 5D MK111 TRIPOD 24-70 L 16-35 L 85 1.4 70-200 L...


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Nov 29, 2017 16:35 |  #2

You have to remember the 5D3 HDR is a jpg image processed in camera. I would prefer bracketed RAW files that I could control the HDR editing on.


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Nov 29, 2017 16:35 |  #3

rooeey wrote in post #18506915 (external link)
I HAVE TO TAKE IMAGES FOR THE WEB FOR MY WORK...

LARGE WAREHOUSES AROUND 2000M2 EACH ...

IMEAGES TO BE TAKEN FROM THE STREET MOSTLY ...

I AM THINKING ALONG THE LINES OF 16-35MM ON A TRIPOD WITH A FEW SELECT ZOOMED IMAGES I.E COMPANY LOGO...

ANY ADVICE OR TIPS WOULD BE GREAT....I HAVE HDR CAPABILITIES EQUIPMENT 5D MK111 TRIPOD 24-70 L 16-35 L 85 1.4 70-200 L...

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Nov 30, 2017 13:22 as a reply to  @ Jarvis Creative Studios's post |  #4

Yes good tip...And Lightroom has HDR now..


1D MK111 , 5D Classic,24-70F2.8, 16-35F2.8, 70-200F2.8 IS a 430EXII 2x 580EXII and a Mac...:cool:
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Dec 06, 2017 09:50 |  #5

Depends what you want.

I would go for a night shot - they tend to be the lowest hanging fruit for real estate spaces.

Is there street lighting or other lighting on site?

If you have a nearby fence with a sign or logo, I would try to include that using an off camera strobe, shooting at a hard angle to the sign. Just "kiss" the sign with the strobe. Make it subtle.

It would be helpful to get some samples of what you are currently shooting to see what you are doing. Your photobucket site didn't have a lot of real estate/architecture work, from what I saw.




  
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Jan 06, 2018 14:21 |  #6

I'd work backwards from what prospective buyers might want to see.

  • General building condition and evidence of care
  • Access to streets/highway/rail
  • Doors of all sizes
  • Any visible HVAC or high capacity power equipment
  • Roof condition
I'd also want to read the listing and follow the narrative there with pics if possible.

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Jan 06, 2018 15:16 |  #7

My suggestion would be to turn your caps lock off.;-)a


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Feb 24, 2018 21:20 |  #8

Oh now I get it! You said "Ware"house:-P


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