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© Christian Richters

© Christian Richters

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Venice Biennale 2012: Architecture. Possible here? Home-for-all / Japan Pavilion

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Fotografia e Arquitetura: Leonardo Finotti (5)

Fotografia e Arquitetura: Leonardo Finotti

Fotografia e Arquitetura: Leonardo Finotti (5)

Scott Basile  Thanks for the comments! I have a 21-foot wonderpole and it was almost fully extended so probably around 18 feet or so. Shutter was at 1000 so the swaying pole wasn't much of an issue. Single exposure and brought up the shadows and saturation a bit in PS. As far as removing the power lines, that is something I rarely do for RE work unless the client specifically asks for it, and I explain that I am not liable if any disclosure issues arise after the fact.

Scott Basile Thanks for the comments! I have a 21-foot wonderpole and it was almost fully extended so probably around 18 feet or so. Shutter was at 1000 so the swaying pole wasn't much of an issue. Single exposure and brought up the shadows and saturation a bit in PS. As far as removing the power lines, that is something I rarely do for RE work unless the client specifically asks for it, and I explain that I am not liable if any disclosure issues arise after the fact.

With a Nodal Ninja Lens Ring for a Sigma 8mm, I can calibrate for the nodal point easily by sliding in the Arca Swiss clamp. This is in its calibrated position.

With a Nodal Ninja Lens Ring for a Sigma 8mm, I can calibrate for the nodal point easily by sliding in the Arca Swiss clamp. This is in its calibrated position.

elevated pole shot  Woody Point Queensland  Elevation: 20 metres, pneumatic vehicle mounted pole  Olympus e510 dslr  By Adrienne Dufficy

elevated pole shot Woody Point Queensland Elevation: 20 metres, pneumatic vehicle mounted pole Olympus e510 dslr By Adrienne Dufficy

aerial view from Mikrokopter  Shot with a Canon 5D and Nikon 35mm f2.    In case you wonder why it's cropped so tight near the top edge of the house, this is to avoid showing the nearby properties ;-)...    © www.3mille.com

aerial view from Mikrokopter Shot with a Canon 5D and Nikon 35mm f2. In case you wonder why it's cropped so tight near the top edge of the house, this is to avoid showing the nearby properties ;-)... © www.3mille.com

Mikrokopter aerial shot, Canon 5D, Nikon 35mm  The facade and the view from a house are the 2 most critical shots; here my telescopic mast was no go; now the RC heli is the perfect tool for the situation.    This house is situated right on a 900Ft vertical cliff.  I was really nervous shooting this (!) and conditions were windy    © www.3mille.com

Mikrokopter aerial shot, Canon 5D, Nikon 35mm The facade and the view from a house are the 2 most critical shots; here my telescopic mast was no go; now the RC heli is the perfect tool for the situation. This house is situated right on a 900Ft vertical cliff. I was really nervous shooting this (!) and conditions were windy © www.3mille.com

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