A&P some interior shots c&c

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  1. pantheR

    pantheR New Member

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    new OSU library that just opened last week. trying to get better at interior/real estate type photography... need some c&c please

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  2. Nader_D

    Nader_D HAHAHEHHUH ---- POOOHhHhHHCHhh! OT Supporter

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    2 and 5 are my favs. those chairs look comfy as hell :o
     
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    jared_IRL OT Supporter

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    beautiful fucking library! wow!

    In general, architecture shots don't do well at ricer angles... Straighten those horizons out!
     
  4. ericande

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    ya, no ricer angles for sure.

    Also, fix the distortion so your verticals are vertical and straight.
     
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    the angle on the first shot just makes me want to ignore it outright.

    3rd shot is better, but the angle ehhhh... could've shot it in portrait and gotten the entire window wall in teh frame.

    why hdr?
     
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    isaac86hatch This thread sucks

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    Cool building, but I hate all the shots. The angles are horrid and although the HRD is not too much they lack contrast.
     
  7. pantheR

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    yeah the angles i know are bad, still adjusting to the tokina 11-16mm

    i used HDR because a lot of interior/architecture shots seem to utilize it, so that it has that '3d processed' look like it was made with MAYA/3D studio max

    http://www.adonisphotos.com/Commercial-photographer-Seattle/Seattle-real-estate-photography-2.jpg
    http://wb7.itrademarket.com/pdimage/14/776914_interior2.jpg
    http://brightonphotographer.files.wordpress.com/2008/09/interior_photographer.jpg

    or similar to some of these interior shots: http://rycusphoto.net/Rycus_Associates_Photography_Interiors_Architecture.pdf
     
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    I would def be either 0 deg or 90 deg, nothing in between.

    and edit so lines are straight, that's the main goal in architecture photo.

    I like #2

    I really don't like angles on 1 and 3. HDR on 4 makes it look fake. 5 is second best.
     
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    never do ricer angles for interior shots...NEVER
     
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    here's one without a ricer angle :p
    too much hdr?
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    what DSLR are you using?
     
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    stole the words right out of my mouth.
     
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    I think it looks great. :cool:
     
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    saturation a bit much. those orange chairs scream!
     
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    I agree, but this is a good use of HDR.
     
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    a bit over processed. Your whites are now shadowy Grey. Tone it down a notch then run it though lightroom and boost the light and contrast.
     
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    Thats a really... reallly... reallly big library,

    Our library in our college is probably about the size shown in pic 4. :( im jealous
     
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    jesus i hope this isn't true.

    architects try to make their renderings look like photos.
    photographers try to make their photos look like renderings.

    THE IRONING.
     
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    i like the last one... looks mad comfy. makes me want to study :hs:
     
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    My favorites too. Keep the camera level!
     
  22. ericande

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    The angles are close but use the lens distortion filter to make the verticals dead straight. Some won't care, some will notice it immediately and hate it.

    HDR is fine for interior shots, you surely don't have enough strobes to light up a place like that anyways. To get better HDR shots you have to use PS or LR afterwards though to make them look right (and natural.) Use HDR to get all the data in, but you can leave it looking a little flat. Then use another program to boost the contrast and make it look right. As others mentioned, this one is a bit dull and needs to be brightened, although part of it is the colors in there. Can be tough to make concrete look nice.
     
  23. The Great Deceiver

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    Angles made me dizzy. Ugh.

    HDR makes it look so artificial
     
  24. JaimeZX

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    Last shot is the best. :bigthumb:
     

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