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Recent Real Estate shoot
Sep 28, 2018 13:48:20   #
DWHart24 Loc: Central Florida
 
I have been helping my brother out with some real estate shoots. This is one I did recently. Not the fanciest house, but I enjoy the challenges of this type of photography. Interiors were shot with a Nikon D500 with 3-5 exposures depending on room size. Ambient blended with a flash layer.

DSC_9407 by David Hart, on Flickr

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DSC_9436-Edit by David Hart, on Flickr

DSC_9442-Edit by David Hart, on Flickr

DSC_9460-Edit by David Hart, on Flickr

DSC_9481-Edit by David Hart, on Flickr

DSC_9467-Edit by David Hart, on Flickr

DSC_9488-Edit by David Hart, on Flickr

DSC_9504-Edit by David Hart, on Flickr

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Sep 28, 2018 14:15:54   #
rgrenaderphoto Loc: Hollywood, CA
 
Nice lighting. You should get yourself a second strobe to illuminate those dark corners and rooms like in images 5 and 7. Also, from the breakfast nook through the kitchen would highlight this area. Right now, its behind the counter.

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Sep 28, 2018 14:45:06   #
DWHart24 Loc: Central Florida
 
rgrenaderphoto wrote:
Nice lighting. You should get yourself a second strobe to illuminate those dark corners and rooms like in images 5 and 7. Also, from the breakfast nook through the kitchen would highlight this area. Right now, its behind the counter.


Thanks. I have 2 strobes. Just didn't think those 2 areas really needed it. Some of these shots have multiple pops. Not sure what you mean by "its behind the counter". If you click on one of the photos, you can scroll through other photos from this shoot. The photos posted here aren't all of them.

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Sep 28, 2018 18:20:39   #
rgrenaderphoto Loc: Hollywood, CA
 
DWHart24 wrote:
Thanks. I have 2 strobes. Just didn't think those 2 areas really needed it. Some of these shots have multiple pops. Not sure what you mean by "its behind the counter". If you click on one of the photos, you can scroll through other photos from this shoot. The photos posted here aren't all of them.


See att. The breakfast nook is behind the island, and looks like you're hiding something. A separate image to the right of the island showing the table area would be more effective. And, since the room is long and skinny, or your image makes it look like a railroad car. A better presentation would be to take a shot at the end of the cabinet by the sink looking towards the 'fridge.



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Oct 7, 2018 09:12:47   #
waegwan Loc: Mae Won Li
 
DWHart24 wrote:
I have been helping my brother out with some real estate shoots. This is one I did recently. Not the fanciest house, but I enjoy the challenges of this type of photography. Interiors were shot with a Nikon D500 with 3-5 exposures depending on room size. Ambient blended with a flash layer.

DSC_9407 by David Hart, on Flickr

DSC_9414-Edit by David Hart, on Flickr

DSC_9436-Edit by David Hart, on Flickr

DSC_9442-Edit by David Hart, on Flickr

DSC_9460-Edit by David Hart, on Flickr

DSC_9481-Edit by David Hart, on Flickr

DSC_9467-Edit by David Hart, on Flickr

DSC_9488-Edit by David Hart, on Flickr

DSC_9504-Edit by David Hart, on Flickr
I have been helping my brother out with some real ... (show quote)

I've never tried this kind of photography but I've looked at a lot of real estate photos and these are some of the best I've seen.

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Oct 8, 2018 21:09:08   #
DWHart24 Loc: Central Florida
 
waegwan wrote:
I've never tried this kind of photography but I've looked at a lot of real estate photos and these are some of the best I've seen.


Thanks!

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