I was able to shoot a 12 room house in about an hour or so with on-camera flash; however, I prefer using bounce flash with three to four off-camera flash units for better image quality and reduced post-processing time. The problem is it now takes me three or more hours to shoot the same size house using the multiple bounce-flash technique. Any...
A client asks to shoot this property without any flash or additional light, trying to capture the natural atmosphere of the place.
Your comments are welcome.
My name is Ken Banks and I own a company called Virtual203. We're based in Fairfield CT and specialize in shooting real estate. Finding really good photographers has been impossible, currently I only have two and we really need to double or triple that. We've tried using Indeed but its sort of not the type of place photographers are searching...
Obviously everybody is using different technique to remove distortion on side. I am interested what use to remove it.
This photo is shot with Canon 24mm Tilt Shift lens and was stitched from 3 images. As you see it has huge distortion on sides bottom and top.
Which tool would help to compress sides towards center?...
Hi I am new at this and trying interior photography and looking for improvement. I am struggling between using bracketed expose vs using flash, gave it a go... And quickly got discouraged especially in the kitchen with the time it takes to get your flash position correctly. My initial approach was to use shoot through umbrella, then realized it...
Hey all! I'm just getting started on an Architectural / Interiors portfolio, and I'd like a little feedback on a couple test shots I just did.
Disregard the shadows, vertical shadows will be in the final image.
Imagine that the image the image with the vertical shadows was dialed in, so you would be...
I am photographer from New York/New Jersey area and I am looking for very experienced interior photography retouchers.
If you are the one or know somebody please let me know.
In architectural photography we are used to see all pictures very sharp on the range of f8 - f11.
Can you shoot on a lower f to catch a certain spacial mood and feeling and still call it architectural photography?
The sense of spaciality and ambient mood in the picture CAN BE much more close to the real architectural experience...
what lens should i get, tamron 15-30 2.8 or nikon 18-35 ?
Because i can´t use CPL on Tamron
I'm new to architectural photography and I really want to start building up my portfolio (I currently only have one job that I shot a few years ago). The first of many questions I have for you is, how should I approach potential clients about shooting to build my port, while making some money as well?
I thought of two...
I captured this photo from Liberty Central Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa provice, Vietnam. My name is Andy Le, please give me some comments. Thks.
Used a sigma 15mm 2.8 with lens correction in PS. Created a 2 copy merge. First frame underexposed, 2 fram overexposed. Created a mask, blended for balance
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?
Got MBA yet? =)
Security came by while I was taking pictures with tripod. They said I'd need permission from Harvard as they have all the buildings' views/designs licensed or something weird like that. Is that true?
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Camera: Canon 5D Mark III
Lens: Canon 24mm Tilt/Shift
quantity of images made to create this panorama: 9
Light Sources: 12
Hi foks a try to play with flashes i try some light painting and my final result is poor.. Have anyone some tip for me? :-/ Shot with 6D + 17-40 F4 L
I recently had a few shoots where I struggled to find the proper WB in Photoshop. I believe the issue occurred because there were multiple different light sources involved and it was hard to find a good balance in camera.
In my photography class a while back, I was taught to use the WB dropper tool and if it makes...
I shoot some for both real estate agents and home builders. I shoot with mostly the 16-35. Some of the image pull I don't mind. There is also alot of pull at the bottom corners I'm trying to get rid of. I'd like to get your opinion on how to eliminate the "corner pull". In the attached photo, it's the pull of the counter top/stove top that...
Shot this with a wide angle shooting directly up at the tower and edited in Lightroom for this effect.
This was an old gym/basketball court reinvented in to a corporate innovation center in Birmingham Alabama
So guys please tell me what you think. I'm a wedding photographer and I'm trying to go a bit on the architecture side. Saw this little castle and got a deal with the curent owner. They let me do the interior exterior and I cam make phoro shoots for free here(double win for them).
Can I get some feedback on this shot? I'm trying to do something new (architectural photography) and I'm a struggling to get good images for my standard and with this shot I was trying to get a bit of mysterious feel, like Gotham City (Yeah, Batman!).
Did I succeed?
Thanks in advance!
This is a shot of a wine room in a private club. It has a table with chairs so that members can have small gatherings or meetings while trying different vintage wines from around the world.
I really like how the photo came out - if I could change anything, it would be adding to the framing at the top so that you could see more of the...
Just started photography professionally after a lot of practicing. This is my first professional output. Would love to get the picture reviewed by you guys. Be Brutal!
I was at National Cathedral and would love some feedback on the Images. I was struggling a bit in post to get the light and stained glass to really come through without feeling too fake. Even with Luminosity Masking, it was rather tough. Any feedback and tips you have would be much appreciated. Thanks!!