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Dec 26, 2015 21:12 |  #7591

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Dec 30, 2015 08:32 |  #7593

Great thread here with some nice examples for a newbie to RE photography!




  
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Dec 31, 2015 10:02 |  #7594


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Jan 01, 2016 12:02 |  #7595

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I spy with my little eye.. the photographer in the mirror in the bedroom. Which is kinda funny, because you artfully kept yourself out of it in the first photo of the bedroom itself. :)

However, great pics as usual! I'd like to see "setup shots" someday with how/where you place flashes. I know it's been talked about in this and other threads, but seeing them in relation to the camera would always be helpful.


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Jan 02, 2016 02:48 |  #7596

The Ayer–Shea House is a house located at 1809 NW Johnson Street in northwest Portland, OR
Built in 1892 - Architects: Whidden & Lewis
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places on June 14, 1982.

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Jan 03, 2016 18:32 |  #7597

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Jan 03, 2016 19:30 |  #7598

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Jan 04, 2016 21:58 |  #7599

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I like the perspective of this last one. I don't usually take photos from the stairs but this works well to show the open layout.


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Jan 04, 2016 22:11 |  #7600

Hope these count as architecture ;-)a


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Jan 04, 2016 22:12 |  #7601

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Thought I'd contribute to the thread.

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This one needs color balance. The sky is too magenta. But even more important are the converging verticals. They need to be straightened. Do you have LR or PS? Except for very unusual cases, converging verticals should be corrected - on site if possible or in post if necessary. Also probably too dark. Light and bright sells!


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Jan 04, 2016 22:16 |  #7602

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Another sample shot.

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Exterior shot is off color, too dark, and has converging verticals but could be an excellent shot if those things are corrected. The interiors are better and color seems good. Perhaps a touch too dark.


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Jan 04, 2016 22:23 |  #7603

PhotogHobbyist wrote in post #17844672 (external link)
last ones.

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#1 is a very nice shot but it's too dark. Lighten it up.

#2 again too dark - looks muddy. But it's a very nice shot and this is one of those times when some convergence is OK or maybe even adds to the image. Just lighten it up a bit.

You probably think I'm being too picky or too negative. I'm really not trying to be. I just know what clients tell me and what they expect from me. This is good work that needs some technical attention. BTW when you do an unusual view of a room (your elevation/stairway shots) be sure to also make a more standard view of the room, too. The client probably wants or needs the "record shot" more than the creative one. Do what's expected first then do the cool stuff for added impact.

Hope this all helps. Best of luck.


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Jan 05, 2016 00:51 |  #7604

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I welcome the criticism. I'm here to learn. I noticed the photos looked a lot darker on other monitors when compared to the monitor I used to develop the photos with Lightroom. I also noticed my color space was set to PC rather than mac in lightroom which gave a much more magenta look to the image. I've retouched the exterior photo below. Let me know what you think.

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PhotogHobbyist, the colours still look off to me. I did a quick and dirty edit on the image and came up with these results.


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Jan 05, 2016 11:39 as a reply to  @ post 17845418 |  #7605

still too blue


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