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Jun 02, 2017 11:29 |  #9061

Wow what an amazing house, with amazing view...............


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Jun 08, 2017 09:59 |  #9062

got something yesterday with a new grey kitchen and reclaimed truss beams, good day.


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Jun 08, 2017 11:11 as a reply to  @ joooowan's post |  #9063

The kitchen looks like they are using all LED's with the strong blue/green color cast..


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Jun 08, 2017 11:43 |  #9064

digirebelva wrote in post #18373925 (external link)
The kitchen looks like they are using all LED's with the strong blue/green color cast..

how about now?


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Jun 08, 2017 11:47 as a reply to  @ joooowan's post |  #9065

you need to be careful about adding yellow to the scene. The blue/green color cast in this case is probably close to reality. Ive shot a couple and it becomes a should I or shouldn't I, when the scene (color cast) is pretty accurately captured in camera.


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Jun 08, 2017 13:27 |  #9066

digirebelva wrote in post #18373947 (external link)
you need to be careful about adding yellow to the scene. The blue/green color cast in this case is probably close to reality. Ive shot a couple and it becomes a should I or shouldn't I, when the scene (color cast) is pretty accurately captured in camera.

I actually didn't even notice til you pointed it out. Gotta work on it.

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Jun 15, 2017 19:02 |  #9067

Restaurant work

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Jun 15, 2017 21:51 |  #9068

Nice.
Two little compositional nits:
A; the grey tufted piece in the left foreground is visually startling compared to all the smooth chair backs. After some searching I found another tufted back on the right side well back.

B; the white flat surface looks like its extending over the chair back in front of it.

Well lit and composed generally. Just the details I mentioned for me.


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Jun 19, 2017 02:41 |  #9069

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Nice.
Two little compositional nits:
A; the grey tufted piece in the left foreground is visually startling compared to all the smooth chair backs. After some searching I found another tufted back on the right side well back.

B; the white flat surface looks like its extending over the chair back in front of it.

Well lit and composed generally. Just the details I mentioned for me.

Great pointers, I appreciate the feedback. I really do have to learn from this and slow down a bit.

So your second point leads me to a question, I always heard and believed that you should only have two levels of interest in front of you for an architectural/interior shot and have the camera at around eye level so the viewer can feel theyre there. Do a lot of the people here play by the rules?


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Jun 19, 2017 18:51 |  #9070

Another couple from that shoot

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Jun 19, 2017 19:55 |  #9071

Killing it man!

On #1 I personally would warm up the flash just a touch on the back of the grey chairs. Just to keep it real since the edison bulb's have a warmer appearance yet appear to cast a cooler light on the back of the chair.

In terms of your height question, I vary a lot. Often times rooms feel so awkward when shot from too high or low yet another room feels great at that height. I rarely shoot eye level but find myself usually at waist to chest level (usually closer to chest). The only time that changes is for VERY large spaces that have high roofs and exteriors.


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Jun 19, 2017 20:00 |  #9072

Great stuff as always. What was your approach with those bulbs? Must've been quite a task to keep the coil detail in them. Grey chairs in no. 1 are a little hot for me, they really pull your eye to them, otherwise looking sharp. Love that oysters sign.




  
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Jun 19, 2017 20:17 |  #9073

So while on vacation, I am updating some stuff on my website...most notably is adding the 3 projects I shot for the Landscape Architect friend of mine in the Bay Area. We have developed a great working relationship over the last two years, I deliver, get paid and we keep going...it is great. He has decided that he will no longer shoot his own work and have me edit it anymore...he is just going to have me come out a couple times a year...we already have the next trip scheduled to shoot 4 more projects.

This is from a house in the Burlingame Area, the Owner bought it out of foreclosure, and renovated the inside and outside...the landscape was raw dirt and dead grass when he got started. The place was done with the utmost attention to detail...I loved it. I will have a few more of the inside later, the Owner was more than happy to let me shoot the main spaces inside as well while we were there.that i

One of the design elements that he works with a lot, and we documented on each project, is the approach, and how it blends into the hardscape/home.

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And also how the landscape space interacts with the inside space. I love Nana Walls...one day I hope I can afford some!
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The 12mm even came into play, to really exaggerate the space.
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And one during the Blue Hour of the front yard.
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Jun 19, 2017 22:39 |  #9074

Wow well done there!


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Jun 25, 2017 01:59 |  #9075

Landscaper installed some uplighting and wanted a photo. What do you guys think? My first twilight photo.

The red tint is from a street lamp. :/

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