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Selecting the best all-around lens from so many available alternatives might be difficult depending on your photographing style and budget. This article will help you choose the best all-around lens for Nikon helping you improve in shooting real estate images.

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2 comments on “Entry 119”

  1. What an interesting bathroom. This must have been fun to shoot. Some notes on this photo - I wonder if it was possible to move to the right a bit. Without being there it's impossible for me to know, but suppose it was possible, what we would see is a little more of whatever is around that rounded corner. It would also allow a pan to the left which puts us at more of an angle, which I think I would prefer, and would also allow to shoot a little tighter, removing the toilet while still keeping the skylight in the frame. All in all, it would feel more layered and would reveal more of these interesting shapes.

  2. Yeah, like Garey said its a really cool space and has a lot of photographic potential. I do think its too wide... no reason in my mind to show the bits of what's in the lower left and no need to show the entire window... tightening up would bring the vanity and architectural detail closer to the viewer and reveal more details and textures as well as bring the background nearer so it can be defined to the viewer. Definitely would benefit from moving to right ... as Garey said... I don't think we need to see that orchid or the bit of wall on far right... a little bare in staging ... maybe would have moved that table out a bit from wall and found something easy to put on it ... and definitely get rid of the blue lotion bottle by sink.

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