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2010-05-17
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2.1 Million $$$$ Home

I just finished a website design for a drywall company. They wanted me to shoot a few tours in one of their big projects. They had made arrangements with the client but I was only given 30 minutes to shoot (figures).

Not only was it pouring rain that day but for a 2.1 million dollar home it was awfully dark (even with the lights on!).

The images came out so dark that I had to increase the brightness by 5 stops. This is where shooting RAW really has some advantages. Not my greatest tours but the ceiling work is pretty impressive nonetheless.

alpha drywall

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2010-05-18
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Very nice work and in only 30 minutes, impressive!
Nikon D300, D3s, Nikon 10.5 lens, RingT105N+Footplate+MrotatorTCPs, Giottos MT9261 Tripod, Manfrotto 410 Jr geared head.

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2010-05-18
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Thanks Jerry! It was funny. I spent 10 minutes scoping out my locations and 20 minutes capturing the data. The stitching and cleaning process was a different story however.

web design • virtual tours • photography • video
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