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How was this interior room photo lit? Window…Strobes…Both?

I would like to understand how this scene is lit: I can see that sunlight is coming from two big windows on the right. But is there some kind of studio equipment, like a soft box or something similar ...
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How to improve “grainy and yellow” interior photographs? [duplicate]

From time to time, I take interior photographs and notice that they often come out "a bit grainy", "a bit yellow", and generally not as the eye perceives them "in the flesh". I use a Pentax K-r DSLR ...
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What is the typical FOV / focal length for house interior shots?

I don't do interior shots, but I do see a lot of them these days because I am house hunting. If you look at high end houses on Redfin.com, you can see typical examples done by professional ...
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what are camera techniques photojournalists use for interior shots, no flash?

I am seeking information on just how photojournalists approach shooting an event like a Congressional Hearing. Flash is not used in the committee rooms themselves so I am wondering how they execute ...
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How to use a speedlight for real estate photography?

I manage an estate agents and we have recently invested in a new camera, wide angle lens and speedlight to improve the quality of our photography. Depending on the client's budget, we can sometimes ...
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Why my HDR photo is so grey and muddy looking?

I am not a pro by any means, I just want to take a nice shot of my apartment for a rental listing. I am using a default setting on my camera to take 3 shots with bracketed exposure and then I assemble ...
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Wide angle or ultra-wide (fisheye) lens for interior and exterior architecture shots?

I'm thinking to add a wide angle lens to my gear and I need your advice. I own a Nikon D5300, and my options are the: 10.5mm f/2.6 Nikkor fish eye or the 10-22mm f/4 Sigma wide angle zoom. I think ...
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Results of a Sigma 12-24mm Full Frame Ultra wide lens on a Canon 70D

I've ordered the Canon 70D and I'm looking for a good wide angle lens for interior architectural photography. I've got a good opportunity to get a Sigma 12-24mm Full Frame Ultra Wide Lens fairly ...
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How can I take good interior pictures (for selling the house)? [duplicate]

I'm about to put my house on the market, and I'd like to hear some tips for making the best possible photographs, specifically for this purpose. Among things I should like to hear comments about are ...
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What settings do I need to use for interior shots so the lights don't look flared/streaky?

What settings do I need to use for interior shots so the lights don't look flared/streaky? See example below:
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Is seeking permission my responsibility on a commercial shoot for a client?

A building firm have asked me to do a commercial shoot of the interior of various hotels and leisure centres that they have worked on. Is it up to the building firm to get permission from each of the ...
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What type of wide-angled lens is the best option for photographing rooms in a hotel?

We have a small B&B and would like ourself to do photos for frequent change on the website. I am very good at photographing, technical aspects however are not my strongest side. I need to have ...
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Is the Canon 5D MKII with Canon EF 17-40 f4 L a good combination for interior real estate photography?

95% of my photography is real estate interiors - 5% being those propertys' exteriors. Most images are displayed on the web, some go to press, some to print - so good quality is required. I mainly ...
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How does one take intriguing, artistic shots of older, smaller, historic buildings?

I have the opportunity to photograph a recently renovated old church, a fairly small one, in a small mountain town this coming week (weather permitting). This is actually a church I used to go to ...