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2.42 - "Needs Work" 

This shot was a blend of 3 bracketed exposures using the Sony A7II and Rokinon 24mm tilt shift. The shot was at a friend of a friends house. The goal was to show off my friends artwork (the insanely cool collage on the wall) in a nice space. We shot this in the evening to take advantage of some dynamic lighting as the house is right above San Diego International airport and faces the ocean offering that nice directional light.

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Ryan Kane's picture

I think the camera angle seams too high, It makes the space feel a bit small, otherwise nice shot.

Jonathan Price's picture

Thank you. Yeah I was thinking the same thing earlier.

Alexander Parnell's picture

Love the shot, I agree with ryan though as it seems a tad to high but I dont think it matters to much. Only thing id say is I would probably want to see the whole piece of art work if the intention was to show it off in the photo. Apart from that great work and lovely blend!

Jonathan Price's picture

Thank you! I have 2 other images from a one point perspective but they don't show much of the space. This composition was more to show the size of the art. I think I was worried about shifting down and getting too much floor in the image but wish I would have tried.