Probably the most common mistake in interior and architecture photography are "falling" walls. A bit of attention and some minimal investment can help to avoid this problem.
Saturday, November 19, 2011
Three months are gone and I have finally a bit of time to write. I haven't written anything for a while and I have photographed only a few objects. The main reason is, that I have moved with my family to Dublin in Ireland. But just before the flight I managed to photograph one exceptional restaurant in Bratislava.
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Thursday, June 30, 2011
Today I have got something a bit more interesting than usual. No bathrooms, no livingrooms no bedrooms, but the shop. Although I probably should not call ALO diamonds a shop. It is much more than a shop. To enter ALO diamonds showroom is a luxury experience. Right from the entry, you are overwhelmed by combination of dark colors, mirrors, and shiny display cases full of jewelry. Simply photographer's "heaven".
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I spent after long time few months in Australia last year. It was very nice to see familiar places and the old friends again. But apart from the personal memories, Melbourne reminded me of something else as well. Already after a few weeks I got quite a good understanding of the real estate market. How is it possible that a person who is not a professional in RE market, gets this level of knowledge, without investing a lot of time and money into the market research?
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