D800E 5bracket HDR vs None HDR Intirior Photography TEST

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Re: D800E 5bracket HDR vs None HDR Intirior Photography TEST
In reply to Arsen, Nov 12, 2012

My Nikon strobes come with orange filters that match the color balance of tungsten light.  Florescent filters are not as reliable.

You can change the CB of daylight through windows with the adjustment brush in LR, and avoid PS for many pictures.

Modern FF Dslr's, D3s, or the newest Nikons or Canons, let you shoot at higher iso's and reduce your dependency on flash.   Time is money.   Lenses with IS reduce the need for tripods.   With this you can shoot faster and pay more attention to the position of the camera for a good effect.

As someone suggested, shooting the kitchen higher, even if handheld, would be much more inviting.   The first question isn't "how do I get perfect tones and WB" but what do I want the viewer to see?  A kitchen with invisible counters is not going to make the sale.

Real estate values around the country depend on location.  I'm a firm believer that most brokers and sellers, especially if there are unique selling points, underestimate the value of good photography and underpay.

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