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  1. drafuul

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    I spend too much time shooting homes. Here are a few shots from some of my most recent. All C&C always welcome :)

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    Fantastic job on cloning out the walls in shot 3 :D :D

    Sorry, I'm not much for critiquing shots like this. I like the first 2, real nice shots.
     
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    now thats how HDR's are supposed to look! say no to fake HDR
     
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    Beautiful images :)
     
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    beautiful pictures!
     
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    Wow, what a house!
    Stunning shots
     
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    Thanks so much for all the positive feedback! Though, I'm not sure what part in 3 looks like it has cloned out walls. There was nothing removed from the image. That's the actual view of them home. (lucky people with money)
     
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    Wow. Great shots. #2 I like the best (beautiful ceiling).
     
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    Wow these are gorgeous!!!
    the first and third ones are my personal fave.. but i just LOVE the first one.
    that place is amazing and your photo really brings out the rooms best qualities.
    i hope to one day be able to shoot places like this. nice :)
     
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    gorgeous places. the sky is very beautiful on the pic#3
     
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    Hey, it was just a joke, there are no walls but it looks like a living room setup, thus "nice job on cloning out the walls" :D. I understand it was an outdoor patio setting.

    Not something I would see over here in rural PA. Those rooms shown are bigger than my entire house!
     
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    Ah, I gotcha. It's funny that you mention the rooms being bigger than your whole house because I live in a studio and sometimes I like to count out how many times my apartment could fit into one of these rooms.
     

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