Colonial Style - Dairy Flat, Auckland

Single exposure with multiple 580EX II inside the house triggered by IR.


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  • Charles Lynch 5y

    Was the sky replaced as well? Nicely done if it was, the exterior light just looks like it was a little overcast...

    Nice work lighting it up for an exterior shot, it does open the interior up nicely and it is worth it for this particular property with such a large expansive deck.

    I'd usually try and avoid having any pets such as dogs just in case vendors have allergies etc, but the labrador(?) suits the shot.
  • Jiri Kral 5y

    to Charles: good spotting, yes the sky has been replaced, it was too white for me. It is difficult make those flashes work as I am limited only to IR, which is very unreliable and on a sunny day you can't use it at all. Still waiting for Radiopoppers JRX made for AUS/NZ market. The dog has to be there, that was an order from the agent. btw the house has been sold within 2 week since it was listed.
  • Jon May 5y

    Bravely done accepting the challenge of lighting the inside. Lighting only one room would have looked odd. How many strobes did you plant...3?
    The middle room looks a little bright but all in all, totally worth the extra effort.
  • Jiri Kral 5y

    to jon54: I only had 3 flashes available so one in dining (left) one in living (right) and one on camera to trigger the other two. Lucky it was a cloudy day. On a sunny day I can only go to 1/200 but the aperture goes around 16 , then the flashes inside can't do the work.
  • Dave Birss 5y

    Jiri, nice work on the indoor flash, must give it a try. Well done on the sky replacement, only nitpic is the towel on the chair, to me it looks untidy
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Taken on October 30, 2009
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