lighting photos (first on website woohoo!)

Discussion in 'Landscape Lighting' started by Litewerks Expert Lighting, Jul 27, 2008.

  1. Litewerks Expert Lighting

    Litewerks Expert Lighting LawnSite Member
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    this is a house i did this week. i just got the digital camera and was anxious to break it in so i took the pics before i aimed it.

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  2. Litewerks Expert Lighting

    Litewerks Expert Lighting LawnSite Member
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    just wanted to add a big thanks for the resizing link!
     
  3. David Gretzmier

    David Gretzmier LawnSite Gold Member
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    Thought I'd be the first to compliment on the front wash of the house. excellent spacing and good photo. I'm sure the homeowner is pleased.
     
  4. cgaengineer

    cgaengineer LawnSite Fanatic
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    You are very welcome Dustin, your lighting job looks spendid. What camera areyou using for the photos?
     
  5. Litewerks Expert Lighting

    Litewerks Expert Lighting LawnSite Member
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    picked up the camera off of craigs list. its a panasonic lumix 7.2 megapixel 6x zoom. i havent even begin to really figure it out yet. i like it though.
     
  6. cgaengineer

    cgaengineer LawnSite Fanatic
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    I ask because you may try exposing a sec or so longer...I think it would make your photo look better. Does your camera have a manual mode? I shoot everything manual with my D200 and D80 as I like full control over exposure.
     
  7. Litewerks Expert Lighting

    Litewerks Expert Lighting LawnSite Member
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    im going to really be digging into the manual today. it has a lot of options (most of which I know nothing about....yet) im going to go out this evening to take some more pics. thanks for the advise!
     
  8. The Lighting Geek

    The Lighting Geek LawnSite Senior Member
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    I agree, nice job on the washing of the house.
     
  9. Lite4

    Lite4 LawnSite Gold Member
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    Try taking your photos a little earlier as well. About 20 minutes after sunset or so.
     
  10. Litewerks Expert Lighting

    Litewerks Expert Lighting LawnSite Member
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    Thanks guys. I will try that this evening . Going to be taking lots of pics over the next couple of days as i'm trying to get my website in order this week. Thanks for the advise and compliments though. -Dustin -Litewerks
     

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