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Jan 12, 2016 10:13 |  #7651

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I was confused at first, thinking this was someone's room wondering why in the world they'd have a roll up ruler for tailoring...

then i saw it, it's the most manly dressing room in history.
complete with tailor and press.

I think the Old Spice guy lives here.


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Jan 12, 2016 12:51 |  #7652

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I was confused at first, thinking this was someone's room wondering why in the world they'd have a roll up ruler for tailoring...

then i saw it, it's the most manly dressing room in history.
complete with tailor and press.

I think the Old Spice guy lives here.

Haha this is a private area in a store in the Cosmopolitan here in Vegas . They do bespoke tailoring.


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Jan 12, 2016 16:08 |  #7653

Two from today's model home for Lennar Homes. I went for an overall brighter exposure than I usually do but think I overdid it a bit. I'm currently processing the whole lot again (45 photos), but am curious what others think:

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Jan 12, 2016 16:24 |  #7654

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Two from today's model home for Lennar Homes. I went for an overall brighter exposure than I usually do but think I overdid it a bit. I'm currently processing the whole lot again (45 photos), but am curious what others think:

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Bright is good imo. :)

Have you tried using a CPL? You can subdue the reflections/glare on the wall art with a CPL (top image on left).


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Jan 12, 2016 16:54 |  #7655

David Arbogast wrote in post #17855681 (external link)
Bright is good imo. :)

Have you tried using a CPL? You can subdue the reflections/glare on the wall art with a CPL (top image on left).

You know I brought one and didn't even use it. :( I usually use it for exterior, but almost everything I do is new construction of non-staged homes (no wall art, no nothing). So I don't usually think about using it inside. I think I'll need to go back to this house for exterior photos (lots of construction traffic, never could get good pics without a bunch of equipment in the way) so maybe I'll try a CPL inside on a couple shots.


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Jan 12, 2016 21:57 |  #7656

Had some fun with this one!


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Jan 14, 2016 08:08 |  #7657

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Jan 14, 2016 08:36 |  #7658

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These are very good. Too bad the landscaping and driveway aren't finished. For the second shot, I would have reduced clutter on the table and waited until the fridge was installed.




  
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Jan 14, 2016 08:37 |  #7659

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Great pic, but... what were they thinking with the two different cabinet materials in the kitchen? It looks like they ran out of wood and decided to finish it off with MDF.. :rolleyes:


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Jan 14, 2016 08:40 |  #7660

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This is solid, but there are many details here that should have been cleaned up before taking the photo: stuff in the sink, teapot, towel on the oven, flowers, etc.




  
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Jan 14, 2016 08:51 as a reply to  @ jnecr's post |  #7661

I guess the interior designer was having an off day... :p


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Jan 14, 2016 10:32 |  #7662

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I guess the interior designer was having an off day... :p

Ultimately you are responsible for the success of your photos. Potential clients will not know about the conditions or challenges of a photo shoot. When they see your images like this, they will assume you don't know better or are too lazy to make simple changes. Since ultimately the goal is to make the property look great, I constantly make suggestions or move things to get the best possible results.




  
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Jan 14, 2016 11:02 as a reply to  @ Scott Spellman's post |  #7663

You do realize my reply was in regards to the 2 different cabinet comment from John...?
NOT in regards to your earlier comment


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Jan 14, 2016 11:16 |  #7664

Scott Spellman wrote in post #17857748 (external link)
These are very good. Too bad the landscaping and driveway aren't finished. For the second shot, I would have reduced clutter on the table and waited until the fridge was installed.

I don't think the table looks "cluttered" at all, IMO. Also, there's no telling if the home comes with a refrigerator, original owners took the refrigerator, etc.


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Jan 14, 2016 21:50 as a reply to  @ Scott Spellman's post |  #7665

My client here is a home staging professional; I don't touch what they put in the home. My photographs are marketing their services.
As for the refrigerator... It might be fun to 'shop something into that hole!




  
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