My latest image .... Sony 6500, Sony Zeiss Vario-Tessar T* FE 16-35mm F4 ZA OSS and lee filter.....Comments and critics are welcome
This is NOT HDR. I did run a 7 shot, 1 stop bracket to make sure I had what I needed, but the final image was made from a single frame and processed mostly in LR. It's pretty dramatic (maybe too much) but my client loves these. Just throwing it out for comments.
First time posting. I am a photographer looking to start my architectural/interiors photography business. I am currently shooting on a crop sensor nikon d5200 which I would eventually like to upgrade to a full frame.
So my question (in your opinion) is what could I be doing to improve the quality of my shots either...
Any hints for shooting rooms with chandeliers and pendant lights? When using on or off camera flashes I chase shadows and spend too much time in post. Thoughts?
this in one of my all time favorite images. i've put a lot of thought in it. at different days, different times. this is the one i liked the most. What do you guys think?
It's a 400 second exposure (ND filter+Polarizer) with my sigma 10-20 and the Canon 60D
I made this picture to improve my book. The exterior was replaced.
I make my best on this one and any comments on picture issues or advice for improvement is welcome.
I went out shooting with my new Panasonic G9, with the Olympus 40-150 Pro. It was at sundown, and FREEZING. I was impressed with the resolution and low light capability of the G9, and pleased with how well the IS worked with the Olympus lens.
I visited this mosque like every other tourist when I visited the United Arab Emirates. I went during the day and it was quite amazing. Photography wasn't the goal of this trip so I wasn't timing my shots for perfect photos. A few days later, while I was still in the UAE, I came across some sunset photos of the mosque and was blown away how...
First time on fstoppers :) Dreamed about defying gravity, woke up and made this. Model was shot in Chicago. Architecture is from the Galaxy Soho in Beijing. Thanks!
I recently bought a UWA lense (Sigma 8-16mm) in order to fulfill my desire to take this picture
Starting to shoot some stuff for a local Architectural/Construction firm.
Standing at the base of such huge buildings is truly incredible. I only wish I had a wider lens at the time! I tried to capture the different textures and lights as best I could.
Recently I did a lifestyle model shoot for my client inside the penthouse of Peter Liks condo at Veer Towers in Las Vegas. After seeing all the details and design within the unit I asked if I could go back on the weekend to shoot the unit for myself. I loved all the architectural elements and details throughout, here's my attempt on capturing...
I'm not an architectural photographer but walking trough the east side of London I came across the modern architecture and I couldn't help myself from taking photographs of the buildings surrounding me. Please give me some feedback on what I could do different or think about!
Any helpful critique to improve my work?
This was shot in my home town; Port Elizabeth, South Africa.
Someone knows in which Mike Kelley tutorial (#1 or #2) can I learn to post produce the basics of my images?
Things like white balance and sharp, control of shadows and illuminations, camera RAW tips and prepare my images for a good print. I took tutorial # 3 because I work with hotels, but I want to start post-...