Someone I am working with is going to build a new home in the same place where her grand father lieved for some decades.
I was asked to go and shoot the house before the demolition and ended up shooting her god-mother, her father and herself.
I was shooting with the Canon 5D + either the 16-35 or the 24-70 and Lightroom, with perspective corrections in CS3 with way back to Lightroom to finish the picture.
From RAW to TIF to JPG at the end.
I do like the shallow DoF I can get from this camera.
The first photo is however a merge of two others with CPF.
I used a bounced flash - Canon 580 EXII - against a wall on our right and the 430 EX on our left with less power.
I have shot over and over until I got this picture. AI-Servo.
Again 580 EXII bounced to the wall or ceiling, I tried to balance the light with the outside, even if it is very small.
Detail of door handle of the main entrance. No flash as the light was reflected from the ambient. As you can see in the first picture the wheather was shine and bright.
More to come. Thank you for watching.