If you're not familiar with it, this is an eBook (PDF download, click here to download it) that covers lighting techniques for interiors photography, with a. I'm proud to announce that Scott Hargis and I are partnering to publish an eBook titled The Essential Guide to: Lighting Interiors, Techniques for. In , Scott Hargis released the first edition of Lighting Interiors. Since then, it has . "I recently discovered your work via PFRE and ordered your eBook.
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This is a real estate photography discussion/critique group associated with the Photography For Real Estate blog. Rules: 1. See more. Posting images is only allowed as self-post, using the photo as an example for the discussion, or to ask a photography-related question. Hello /r/Photography, I was wondering if anyone here has downloadd Scott Hargis's ebook Lighting Interiors? I don't have that ebook, but I do. Scott Hargis is a widely recognized interiors and architectural photographer based in San Francisco. Scott creates artistic photographs that communicate.
Copying or reproduction of this image is prohibited When and why did you decide to go into commercial interior architectural photography? And as the realities of running a fledgling business caught up with me, I was taking on absolutely any sort of gig that would allow me to pay the rent. I stumbled onto several quasi-architectural jobs and discovered that I really liked them. That led to some regular work shooting hotels for the travel section of the San Francisco Chronicle, as well as other interiors work. And I found to my surprise that shooting interiors was deeply satisfying to me.
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Our odysseys just happened to run parallel. Early on, I wrote a note of thanks to Scott. Hope that was received. My mission tonight is not to win a contest. Sincere thanks and congratulations is the order of the day! The Image was a challenge and is a favorite.
I monitored the ambient light inbound to the master stairwell, over several days, and balanced with an on camera SB 80 DX, using a diffuser. John Barnett.
I have had my business for 3 years now and up to now have not used any external lighting sources and would like to at least see what can be done to enhance my business. Please keep me in mind for the ebook giveaway. Gary Requa. Why are you excluding photographers who use HDR? Beginning photographers might have to use HDR to start, since they might not be able to afford lighting equipment. Just my thoughts.
Conrad Rowe. Scott K Cooper. Conrad, The giveaway is in conjunction with the launch of the book, which is absolutely lighting-oriented.
Couple things, for everyone: I just started my real estate photography business this year. I had to start with HDR since it was my thoughts it was the way to go to start with.
I plan on working my way to using lights and will be downloading Scotts book. You also have to understand how those factors interact with ambient constant light, vs. Copying or reproduction of this image is prohibited Is it often necessary to make changes to an interior in order to archive the desired result? For example, to swap the sofa or the commode, to select and hang a few pictures or arrange a delicious meal in the kitchen?
All the time. And we move furniture on almost every shoot. There are a few reasons for this.
It might be just a matter of adjusting the angle of a chair, or it might be as extreme as moving sofas and desks. The other reason for moving furniture is to get the place back to what the original designer intended.
Or would you just leave the photos out of your portfolio?
No way. Copying or reproduction of this image is prohibited Do you find there are times when commercial shooting becomes boring and routine? And, if so, what does it depend on?
Are there any projects you would refuse — or have refused — to shot?
Certain types of projects can become routine, for sure. But not often. As for refusing projects — despite what I said earlier, I do turn down work occasionally. For me, it has to be either interesting, fun, or lucrative. But a boring project with a tiny budget? No thanks. I love shooting interiors, so a lot of my personal work revolves around that. But I occasionally shoot other stuff, as well. Those are very therapeutic. Copying or reproduction of this image is prohibited How do most of your clients find you?
If you could suggest just one marketing tool to the beginner photographer what would it be? No question that word of mouth is the best marketing tool there is. About the Author Scott Hargis is a widely recognized interiors and architectural photographer based in San Francisco. Real Estate Photography: Master Bathrooms with Scott Hargis In this course, Scott Hargis offers pointers on how to take the all-important master bathroom shot by demonstrating the lighting, composition, and styling techniques behind capturing this space at its best.
Learn how to take a portfolio-worthy shot, as well as a glamour shot. Marketing Pricing and Client Relations with Scott Hargis From pricing to marketing to working with real estate agents, explore the business side of real estate photography.
Exterior at Twilight with Scott Hargis Architectural photographer Scott Hargis shows how shoot an exterior view at twilight, mixing natural and interior lighting to make a house look its best. Kitchens with Scott Hargis Scott Hargis demonstrates how to photograph a kitchen. He shows you how to handle challenging conditions, including shiny, reflective surfaces and tight confines. He demonstrates how to light a kitchen, style the room, test different compositions, and edit the final photos.