Nikon D7000, Nikkor 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5, 10mm, f/16, ISO 100
Wow, has it been almost a month since I posted on my blog? Crazy! Just to fill you in, I’ve been busy actually making money with my photography. This leaves me little to no time at the moment to work on personal images. I’ve been fortunate enough to be work with an amazing agent named Eric Axelson at Kurfiss Sotheby’s Realty. He saw my fine art work and thought it would be worth the investment to hire me for Architectural Real Estate Photography. This home is located at 538 Moreland Road Huntingdon Valley, PA.. My goal here was to render an HDR image as close to natural as possible and tone mapping in Lightroom 4.1 using the new Photomatix 32 bit Floating Point TIFF plugin helped me achieve this as a first step in the process. I’ve recently been using the Promote Control by Promote Systems to help me better brackets these scenes for HDR. This was a 9 exposure bracket sequence done a 1EV and the Promote Control allows me to achieve this with ease! Especially when exposures can reach the 1 minute or longer mark! I hope to work more with the Kurfiss Sotheby’s team and become the go to photographer for listings in their area!