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Sharing a recent property

Discussion in 'Street-City-Architecture' started by Carolyn, Oct 12, 2017.

  1. Carolyn

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    I haven't shared in awhile. This is one of the nicer one's I've shot recently.
    I use the 10-24mm lens on an X-T2 with an ambient/flash blend. I bought the AD200 and am really enjoying it. The battery lasts all week and it puts out a great amount of light, especially for those large, dark rooms.

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    Nice work Carolyn! Really well done, I would be pleased to pay for these if it were my house... Hell, I would be pleased with anything if it were my house lol

    The Den, Dining Room, and Front shots are my favourite.
     
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    Well done really nice work ! If I may ask does the home owner hire you or the broker?
     
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    Fujiphotog Amateur photographer.

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    You have doe a masterful job of blending ambient light with flash, so that the flash is not noticeable.
     
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    How could I not buy that house after seeing those photos! Beautifully done.
     
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    Perfect!!!!
     
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    Lovely work, you should be very happy with those :)
     
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    Well done. Nice balance of inside, outside light. The AD200 keeps tempting me but I have resisted...so far. The 10-24 rocks for this type of work in my opinion.
     
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    Nice work! I shoot homes/architecture with the same setup; X-T2, 10-24 and AD200. I ordered the AD600 this week as Adorama has it on sale for $399. I could really use the extra power for larger spaces! Thanks for sharing!
     
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    Excellent work! The 10-24 is such a great lens.
     
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    Thank you. The dining room was really an alcove off the kitchen. The walls are literally on either side of the crop. Very small and quite dark at this time of day with the sun outside the windows. You can see it in another shot of the kitchen that I didn't post here (figured there were enough posted!).
     
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    Really nice work, thanks for sharing.
     
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    Ha, I use the same set up for real estate shoots, X-T2, 10-24 and ad200 (evolv200). I switched to the bare bulb with the mini-reflector and I'm much happier with the spread of light. This is the reflector I'm using: Please login or register to view links
     
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    Thanks. I'll have to check this out. I haven't tried the bulb yet.
     
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    Are you bouncing the AD200?
     
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    Yes, I am, sorry I should have stated that.
     
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    These are excellent.

    Kudos.

    Specifically, your interiors composition is professional. Each photo should direct the viewers' attention to the strong points of the space. You do this consistently. So many people try to show everything at once and end up showing nothing.

    I have one suggestion for the exterior photos. I usually used a subtle selective shadow push for front doors. My goal was to subconsciously urge the viewer to go inside. It's hard to sell a listing unless people walk inside the home.
     
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    Great shots, thanks for sharing!

    For the interior shots, what diffuser did you use with the flash and how did you position it?
    And was there just a single flash used?
     
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    Yes, single flash blended with ambient and sometimes a separate window pull. I use a diffuser similar to a bounce card to avoid shadows on the ceiling. I have the flash pointed either strait up or slightly angled back. I have a second ad200 but haven’t needed to double up yet.
     

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