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Discussion in 'Commercial/Product photography' started by Christie Photo, Feb 19, 2008.

  1. Christie Photo

    Christie Photo No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Nothing stellar, but it's been a while since I posted.

    The most interesting part of these shots was dealing with a mixture of light sources in the second view. C&C welcomed.

    Thanks!
    -Pete

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    I especially like that second one...the colour is very pleasing, as is the appearance of the sun/shadows. Great work re exposing for the different light sources in the shot.
     
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    I like the second one, but I would probably crop out the small wall on the right side of the image. I was always told that an interior shot should show two outer walls only...don't know if this is absolutely true or not but I personally like it.
     
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    Hmmm... I've never heard that one. I wonder why someone would think that would be a good guideline. But, for the record... the wall on the right is the only exterior wall in the view.

    Thanks for the comments!

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    Both nice shots.

    I try not to show more than two walls at once as I attempt to make the room look as large as possible. But that's for residential real estate. The foyer is a different creature and the minimal third wall here makes sense.

    Going on 16 years now without a cube. Don't miss it at all.
     
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    Well, that sounds reasonable. Thanks.

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