... where it's not about the camera.
Great image. Do you need an apprentance?
I could live there (if you'll pay the taxes and the power bill....lol)
Hi Tracy... good to see your name here. Do you work cheap?... er, free?
BTW Tracy... that's 6 strobe heads and about an hour's work. All that running up and down stairs in my sock feet really wears me out.
I'm pretty sure I've seen this published elsewhere. Am I imagining things?
You're imagining things. It's brand spanking new and I'm the first photographer in there. I guess if you seen one 6000 sq ft timber-frame, you've seen 'em all?
ummm yeah, that must be it.
seems to me, cheap, free, yeah thats me.
You mean it doesn't look that way naturally? :)As always, great work. But you knew that.
Yeah... I like to see these photos because it helps me with the dreaming about living in one of these beautiful houses!Nicely done, BTW.
Scott... actually it DOES look like that naturally... to the eye... the problem is making it look like that in a photo. Architectural photography is funny that way. The lighting that exists in most buildings is way too contrasty to be captured in a photo. You end up with real bright areas and real dark areas... so you have to add a lot of light to it to even things out. If the lighting is done well, you can't tell you did anything.
The rafters remind me of MC Escher.
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