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    jonraho is offline dPS Forum Member
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    Hi All,

    Could you'll give me pointers for taking Resort interior and exterior images? Resort located by the beach.

    Company where i work at as in house graphic designer wants to send me to their new resort in phuket this weekend to take images, and honestly i've only ever done this type of photographs once and could use any tips i can get =D Also don't think i will be able to bring my lighting equipment with me.. =(

    Thanks
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    No exrternal lighting equipment?
    Then use multiple exposures wihout moving the camera and HDR or exposure blending techniques when post processing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichardTaylor View Post
    No exrternal lighting equipment?
    Then use multiple exposures wihout moving the camera and HDR or exposure blending techniques when post processing.
    Have the equipment, just not sure how i can carry it all on the plane. For sure i can't check in the lamps.

    i will look into exposure blending techniques, thanks.
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