Casting a net

The assignment for this home – instructions from the agent – was to shoot as wide as possible for every room.  The widest lens I own is a Sigma 10 – 20mm zoom, which on my Nikon D7000 equates to an effective focal length of 15mm.  This is generally considered too wide for architectural / real estate photography, but as they say in the service industry….   “The client is always right, just so long as their check clears.”

The home is in the Rob Roy subdivision just outside Austin.  I wish I could have stayed there all day, as this is the type of home from which portfolios are made.  I would have shot the entire place twice given time, once the assigned way, and once my way.  But as things often work out, this was but one shoot on a busy schedule; neither the homeowners or my personal schedule allowed much time for dawdling.

BB.jpgBreakfast Room.jpgBreakfast Room2.jpgCorona Ad.jpgDining Room.jpgEntry.jpgFoyer.jpgFront2.jpgJars.jpgKitchen.jpgKitchen2.jpgLatch.jpgLiving Room2.jpgMaster Bath2.jpgMaster Bedroom.jpgStaircase.jpgTub.jpgUpper Deck Cupola.jpg


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