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Jul 04, 2018 11:20 as a reply to  @ post 18655764 |  #9421

Yes, quite a bit.


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Jul 04, 2018 11:20 |  #9422

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Jul 04, 2018 12:40 |  #9423

Does Landscape Architectural Photography count...especially when it ties to the architecture so much...from the first set I finished for a client in SF...still working through 2 of the 4 projects we shot in May.


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Jul 04, 2018 16:33 |  #9424

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Does Landscape Architectural Photography count...especially when it ties to the architecture so much...from the first set I finished for a client in SF...still working through 2 of the 4 projects we shot in May.

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Dang that's an awesome little patio.

I like the composition for the second shot, but I think it would be nice to see a little less blur on the subject. The eye has to stay on it for a little too long to figure out what it is at first (in my opinion). I even think it would be cool to have the subject sitting out in the area doing something all life styling like drinking a cup of coffee lol


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Jul 05, 2018 13:16 |  #9425

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Dang that's an awesome little patio.

I like the composition for the second shot, but I think it would be nice to see a little less blur on the subject. The eye has to stay on it for a little too long to figure out what it is at first (in my opinion). I even think it would be cool to have the subject sitting out in the area doing something all life styling like drinking a cup of coffee lol

It was a great space just off the kitchen. It actually leads to the back for the house where there is more space.

The motion blur...yeah, tough call on that one. The person moving, is my client, the designer and he doesn't want to be recognized as the person in the photo so he has it be more motion like that...I would love to have been able to have the clients enjoying the space, but they rarely are up for that!

here are a couple more of that space.

From above in the second floor office.


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And one looking down the path to the back.


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Jul 05, 2018 16:32 as a reply to  @ TRhoads's post |  #9426

^ That last shot.... OMG... winner! And getting all the wall in focus too. Colors, saturation and tone - all there. Good job. Don't much care for the blurry figure in the patio pic above, as the subject, and the only subject, is the space itself. Inclusion of people are OK every now and then, for scale, or purpose (large office space maybe), and should never detract the eye from the main subject, the RE. It actually made the patio appear smaller. The couch does the job for scale nicely.

That patio is terrific space! The most recent This Old House featured an very narrow outdoor patio space, with a pergola and pool, and lots of stonework that is worth looking up (last episode this previous season I think it was).


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Jul 09, 2018 12:54 |  #9427

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^ That last shot.... OMG... winner! And getting all the wall in focus too. Colors, saturation and tone - all there. Good job. Don't much care for the blurry figure in the patio pic above, as the subject, and the only subject, is the space itself. Inclusion of people are OK every now and then, for scale, or purpose (large office space maybe), and should never detract the eye from the main subject, the RE. It actually made the patio appear smaller. The couch does the job for scale nicely.

That patio is terrific space! The most recent This Old House featured an very narrow outdoor patio space, with a pergola and pool, and lots of stonework that is worth looking up (last episode this previous season I think it was).

Thanks, that last image was one that I had to work at to get back in there in a small space, but I really liked the view from under there.

The blurry figure, we shot it both ways, and I delivered to my client both ways. This is not true RE photography, this is portfolio images for the designer, so he likes to add that human element in from time to time. Not every project, but this one he liked.


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Aug 01, 2018 18:53 |  #9428

just curious, but are yal shooting multiple frames or are you using 1 RAW image file and then making multiple exposures from that 1 file?


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Aug 01, 2018 19:50 |  #9429

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just curious, but are yal shooting multiple frames or are you using 1 RAW image file and then making multiple exposures from that 1 file?

for me it depends on the setting, if I have a lot of glass or windows and need to see what is outside, then yes, I will usually have to shoot a frame that captures that, but often I am not trying to show the outside as much for one reason or another.


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Aug 01, 2018 20:38 |  #9430

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Aug 02, 2018 13:10 |  #9431

Gizmo1985 wrote in post #18675301 (external link)
just curious, but are yal shooting multiple frames or are you using 1 RAW image file and then making multiple exposures from that 1 file?

I often shoot multiple frames to blend in later in post using luminosity masks.




  
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Aug 02, 2018 13:37 |  #9432

Gizmo1985 wrote in post #18675301 (external link)
just curious, but are yal shooting multiple frames or are you using 1 RAW image file and then making multiple exposures from that 1 file?

Always bracket.


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Aug 02, 2018 16:27 |  #9433

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Remove the reflections in the windows, the fire lane parking signage, the doors on the right and the other companies logo to the right. Also that menu to the left of the door.
It looks like you also cropped it too much cutting off the property.


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Aug 05, 2018 13:41 |  #9434

Part of a courthouse building and part of a technical school.


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Aug 07, 2018 08:45 |  #9435

What do you guys think of this as part of my logo? My initials are "AM" ;-)a I would then add my name to the right with emphasis on my first name and resize everything so it all lines up.


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