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Collection: Miscellaneous
Date Uploaded: Jan 2, 2005

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Comments: 8
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Exposure time on this was in the 30-minute range; the photo would only work with the architect's designed-in lighting, which fortunately was on rheostats. We used a half-dozen floods in hidden areas to fill overly-dark shadows. This one image took us 6 hours to make.

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04/12/2007 11:18:31 AM
Wow! After all of your hardwork, I bet you were ready to sit down at the bar and drink that glass of wine! Truly...this photo is an inspiring piece of dedication and artistry.
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04/12/2007 10:50:11 AM
Excellent work, Robert!
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08/18/2006 02:52:09 AM
Incredible shot that seems so "natural" and yet took so long to construct. Looks like interior architectural shots follow the same rules for makeup: basic makeup is fairly straightforward but to makeup without looking as though you have done so can take forever. (Not that I use makeup you understand :-)
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12/07/2005 12:09:26 PM
Oh my. I do this type of work and this looks like a NIGHTMARE. Oh my again. Curves, nooks and crannies, difficult spot-lighting as well as "mood" table lighting, skylights, archetectural and art to highlight and shiny kitchen parts all in the same space and a DOF that looks about a football field long.

Oh oh oh my. Only six hours? Your a genius.

Good job on this Robert, I don't think I would have done as well...
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01/17/2005 02:02:16 AM
Very neat and organized with style in place and thats what a good eye for a photo looks for. Have you ever moved things out of room to focus on a point or the room as a hole. I have only once or twice at my friends house and now they ask me have items ready for me to play with in my subjects:)
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01/10/2005 10:27:13 AM
I like this one, that one would be nice in a brochure for this place....
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01/03/2005 01:33:44 AM
nice job, maybe a little more contrast?
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01/02/2005 03:41:03 PM
For advertisement or architect's portfolio this image certainly achieves the detail of the restaurant/lounge. A client can see the skylights, glass doored entrance, plant filled coziness of the booths to the friendly openness of the bar.
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