Church Interiors

Discussion in 'Commercial/Product photography' started by Christie Photo, Apr 29, 2010.

  1. Christie Photo

    Christie Photo No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    from a recent shoot.

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    The first image is well done. The lines are good and so is the lighting/color. Of course not knowing the actual color, I am saying the color looks good.

    The second shot has a pinkish glow. Were you trying for that?
     
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    Hi, Pierre.

    No... I wasn't trying for the pink ceiling. As you can see, I had daylight, incandescent, and whatever was in those can lights, so just tried to average everything out. I considered bringing down the saturation in the ceiling a bit... make it closer to neutral in hopes of fooling the eye into believing the overall colors are believable. I'll spend a bit more time on it.

    Thanks for taking time to comment!

    -Pete
     
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    Nicely done, I agree about the second image.. i can also see alot of cyan there tho (you can see its a little strong out the windows and is effecting the highlights on the floor) probably due to the wall colour?
    Good job tho :thumbup:
     
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    Yeah... it's not good. I don't think it's the wall color... just sources of light with differing color temperatures.

    Thanks, Arch! I spend some more time with it.

    -Pete
     
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    Color issues aside, I really like these shots (well, really like may be a bit strong, they aren't exciting but they are done very well).
    In the 2nd, for example, I like how you included just a bit of the green/teal wall. It shows that the further area is separated but allows you to show both the details of the wall and the room in the background. A bit of wide angle distortion going on, but nothing to worry about.
     
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    Nice shots and well lit. You can fix the color issue in the second shot in Photoshop in less than a minute, so that's not a problem.

    Have Fun,
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    Why, thank you Mikey!

    I'm told the panels fastened to the green/teal wall (actually, it's a pillar) are pricey, so I made sure to get them in.

    Thanks again.

    -Pete
     
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    Thanks, Jeff. I'll be sure to share what I come up with.

    -Pete
     
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    I love the first photo a lot.....
    the second is just nice, but the 1st is GREAT!!!!!

    also, can I have a Q - why are these photos commercial?
     
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    Hi, Susan.

    They're commercial because they're used in commerce... to sell or promote a product or service.

    So commercial photography includes: products, industrial, architecture, fashion, and so on. There are some specialty subcategories like furniture, automotive and food photography.

    Thanks for your kind words!

    -Pete
     
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    Mormon church?
     

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