I must agree with Dom. At first on the video I say HDR, but after looking on the blog for sure the Slow shutter plus flash. The one thing I noticed is the ceiling, some reason the dark shawdows jump at me. The last one just feels enviting and warm. Great tip!
I like the 1/50th w/flash the best. The HDR looks a little odd. The 1/50th w/flash gives the best overall dynamic range while keeping a natural warm inviting feel as Joe stated.
This video is linked to the blog below. People seem more concerned with your lack of tripod use than the message...I enjoyed it Dom, thx.http://fstoppers.com/best-technique-for-shooting-interiors-hdr-or-flash
I think the 1/250th + flash looks the best. It gets more detail in the ceiling and better exposure out the window. The HDR looks to cold.
@Clodius I think most of the people on that other blog just don't get the point of the video. Dom 150th + flash is cool.
Hello, Dom!Please checkout your RSS Feed. It´s feeding with blogposts in italian about MAC. I tried to re-sign to your feed via the url http://dombowerphoto.blogspot.com/ and I also got MAC posts...I use google reader.Marcelo
I don't know, I kind of like the 1/250th with flash. You get the ceiling detail - which definitely gets left behind at the slower shutter speed. Since that's a big part of the architectural detail of the room - its a problem. HDR can get over-the-top. I just started using it and have found that less is often more, particularly for something like an interior. And I found out the hard way about high ISO and HDR. That's an important tip - they don't play well together! Love this blog. Bookmarking.
i liked most 1/250th and flash, it is more balanced windows light and internal light. Nice video Thank you Dom.
the 1/50th with flash looks the best to me.
Thanks for posting, definitely going to subscribe! See you on my reader.
I like HDR image. HDR image looks natural. Thanks for your post.HDR image editing software