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Old Nov 20, 2010, 2:23 PM   #1
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Master bedroom. A 3-shot HDR followed by some PS5 and Topaz adustments.
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Old Nov 20, 2010, 2:25 PM   #2
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And, a different angle. Again, using a 16-35 WA lens on a full-frame sensor.
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Walter: I vote for number 1. Excellent angle to show off the furnishings; color and compositing are just right. That shot looks like it belongs in a furniture catalog!
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Thanks so much, Steven!
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Old Nov 22, 2010, 7:40 AM   #5
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You're really mastering HDR Walter.
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Old Nov 22, 2010, 8:34 AM   #6
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Walter: I vote for number 1. Excellent angle to show off the furnishings; color and compositing are just right. That shot looks like it belongs in a furniture catalog!
I agree. WA shots of rooms straight-on just accentuate the "bowling alley" effect of WA depth exaggeration, whereas shooting at an angle makes the room visually interesting. OTOH, it's a real PITA to keep the lines straight when you shoot at an angle. Well done.
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Walter, how interesting. We also have a four poster bed with a crazy quilt and old furniture.
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Ditto Walter, I also like how the "other" corner of the room fits into the mirror. Great symmetry (Sorry if that's misspelled, I spent 3 years in 6th grade trying to get my spelling down, some times it works sum times it doesn't) Happy Thanksgiving!
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Excellent Walter, This could have come right out of the pages of Sunset magazine. Steve
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