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#1 Scott Copeland

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Posted 29 January 2009 - 09:25 PM

Why does this not look like a sun set?

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#2 Scott Copeland

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Posted 29 January 2009 - 10:42 PM

Why does this not look like a sun set?

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#3 Spencer Hutchins

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Posted 29 January 2009 - 11:01 PM

What were you white balanced too?
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#4 Spencer Hutchins

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Posted 29 January 2009 - 11:04 PM

Sorry, miss read your post.

What's noticeable to me is that some of your windows are completely black, whereas a sunset to me would still have grass, chairs, etc. from outside more exposed.
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#5 Mike Lary

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Posted 30 January 2009 - 12:13 PM

For starters, I see black through the venetian blinds. Also, it's high contrast, the color is yellow, and your light is clearly coming from inside the room from small sources.
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#6 Scott Copeland

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Posted 30 January 2009 - 11:09 PM

For starters, I see black through the venetian blinds. Also, it's high contrast, the color is yellow, and your light is clearly coming from inside the room from small sources.


For starters, good, thanks. How 'bout for seconds? What could be done to get a late afternoon sense to it?

-I'm really needing to get a dialogue going with professionals.

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#7 Mike Lary

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Posted 31 January 2009 - 03:46 PM

What could be done to get a late afternoon sense to it?


I'm sure you can find threads in the forums that discuss that subject.

Edited by Mike Lary, 31 January 2009 - 03:47 PM.

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#8 Ram Shani

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Posted 12 February 2009 - 10:45 AM

first you should bring the light from outside .
if you want the sun come in, you put low hard source with color orenge.
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#9 Rajavel Olhiveeran

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Posted 12 February 2009 - 02:26 PM

the best thing is to cut off all the technical thinking first and imagine what is that image u are looking for.....if u are clear
of what image u want then...u can take the next step of ...how to achieve that.....
your late afternoon can have different treatments...depending on the location.
everyhting from...whether ur window is gonna be open or not....whether the interior
practicals are on or not....and thngs like that...the list is numerous.

u would have seen so many late afternoons...at ur home.... or any other place...try to
remind urself of that...then do the necessary dtails to get that.....

its always intersting to cast a beam of warm sunlight from outside thro the window...remember
the angle of the beam....it has to low angle....according to the angle of sun at that point of time.......
anyway....get a look in ur visual mind....and just execute it!!
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#10 Henry Weidemann

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Posted 14 February 2009 - 07:50 PM

The interior light is way to dominant to create the "sunset" - effect. As mentioned above, the light has to come through the window but first you should think about how you want it to look like: Shall there be only the light of the sunset? Or shall it be combined with some interior lighting? If you frame the shot like you did it in the photo you have to justify the sunset - mood by letting the light come through the window because the window is visible in the frame.
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#11 Scott Copeland

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Posted 25 February 2009 - 02:20 PM

Danke!

The interior light is way to dominant to create the "sunset" - effect. As mentioned above, the light has to come through the window but first you should think about how you want it to look like: Shall there be only the light of the sunset? Or shall it be combined with some interior lighting? If you frame the shot like you did it in the photo you have to justify the sunset - mood by letting the light come through the window because the window is visible in the frame.


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