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Saturday, September 13, 2008

Some Nice Photos

While I was back in the states, my brother built a table for a "real" photographer in exchange for some professional shots of their work at the Grey's cabinet shop in Stanwood. I was gone the shoot, but I heard all about the experience and how the photographer spent about two hours lining up each shot with the lights and everything just so! Any little reflection or bright spots and he'd have to re-adjust and do another take. Wow, that is some real dedication! I regret I didn't go along to catch the process. Here are some samples of the photos:

1 comment:

cfimages said...

Shooting interiors properly is a lot of work, but quite simple once you get the hang of it. If you're interested in learning about the lighting, check out the strobist blog. (I forget the URL - strobist.com maybe)