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Photos for a decorating magazine...

Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by Flyfishdk, Mar 22, 2007.

  1. Flyfishdk

    Flyfishdk

    515
    Nov 1, 2006
    Denmark
    Hi all

    Got a job for a decorating magazine. they wanted to me to make some photos from a house they gona make an arcticle about. the theme is gona bee "class in the middleclass" or somthing like that. what do you think of the pics..

    1.
    7copy.
    Canon EOS 20D    ---    10mm    f/5.0    1/60s    ISO 100


    2.
    8copy-1.
    Canon EOS 20D    ---    13mm    f/5.0    1/40s    ISO 100


    3.
    15copy.
    Canon EOS 20D    ---    10mm    f/5.0    1/800s    ISO 200


    4.
    18copy.
    Canon EOS 20D    ---    12mm    f/5.0    1/20s    ISO 100


    5.
    22copy.
    Canon EOS 20D    ---    10mm    f/9.0    1/25s    ISO 400


    6.
    20copy.
    Canon EOS 20D    ---    10mm    f/9.0    1/60s    ISO 100


    7.
    9copy.
    Canon EOS 20D    ---    12mm    f/5.0    1/40s    ISO 100


    8.
    17copy.
    Canon EOS 20D    ---    11mm    f/4.5    1/30s    ISO 100


    9.
    21copy.
    Canon EOS 20D    ---    12mm    f/9.0    1/15s    ISO 400


    10.
    1copy.
    Canon EOS 20D    ---    10mm    f/9.0    1/250s    ISO 100
     
  2. Gale

    Gale

    978
    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    Very nice images

    I think this is a critique for MS Sandi:>)))))
    She knows this stuff well
     
  3. *LOL* Thanks Gale! Nico, Gales says this because I'm in the real estate industry.

    You've done very well on these. I like your angles, I like the lens you've used. The clothing in #4 should have been tidied up, but that's not your job. You've done a good job by shooting with bright natural light, but also having the interior lighting on - very important. You've pulled some outdoors inside the house in #7, they pic of the livingroom.
    #8 I would have changed my angle to shoot the cubbyholes only because the rest of the pic is confusing - I'm not sure what I'm supposed to look at. The cat in #9 is a great touch! :smile:
    You did very well. What does the publisher think so far?
     
  4. Flyfishdk

    Flyfishdk

    515
    Nov 1, 2006
    Denmark
    Hi Gale and Sandi

    Thanks for the nice words. I work in the realestate business aswell.... I'm working for the biggest company ther deliever photos in to them in Denmark ( www.esoft.dk ) . We are 40 fulltime photographers in the company. This job was for a decorating mag that we do some work for aswell. I have used flash and slaveflash on most of the pics. I'm pleased to get some C&C on them, thanks.

    The Client like them alot.
     
  5. bob swanson

    bob swanson Guest

    :cool:  I agree that the shots are good using mostly available light. My personal opinion is that you should try to save some of the outside. I typically use mostly artificial light and try to get the windows at least a stop brighter or darker than the interior but thats just me. BS:rolleyes: 
     
  6. Hi Nico, These are great! The only photo if I my be picky is the first shot...the chair behind glass door looks out of place. Nice job.

    Anthony
     
  7. Flyfishdk

    Flyfishdk

    515
    Nov 1, 2006
    Denmark
    ´Hi *Anthony

    I agree, did not see that in the moment but afterwards it's clear that it shut have been moved...
     
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