White house, but not the one

I am probably boring you like crazy with this interior design type of photos. Of all the four houses in Dvori od Skrapi complex, the white one was my (and everybody elses) favorite. The problem with shooting this was high ISO from the evening before that I forgot to change and now every photo has that kinda low quality thing going on but I’m kinda tapping myself on the back by saying hey, it looks filmy. Right. I didn’t want to redo the photos since the guest that were staying there arrived and didn’t want to incommode anyone by  clicking around once again.
Ever since I’ve seen the house, before going there, I immediately decided to shot the interior of it. And that  is when I chose it is going to be my favorite one.
The other thing that was giving me the problems while shooting is the bad light. Not a lot of windows had opened shutters and I didn’t want to mess around with opening them. The rain and wind outside were crazy and breaking something while trying to maneuver the shutters in strong wind didn’t seem like a very clever idea what so ever.
I guess it is pretty obvious why this house was the white one. Actually, my misfortune with high ISO and not a lot of light to work with resulted in a okayish kind away. Like I’ve said, its filmy! Haha. At least you get to see what a D800 and 1600 ISO shots are like. Even though the grain at such high number is pretty obvious but I think the camera kept the sharpness. I will never regret waiting 5 years for it.
God bless, guys!

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    photography by anika alonzo

    September 26, 2012

    Lady, these are gorgeous. ISO 1600 is NOT high for the 800 ;)
    I don’t think I ever shoot below that ISO in my house. Embrace the noise!

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      Ines Perkovic

      September 26, 2012

      Haha, oh no anything above ISO 100 is just fear for me :D Crazy perfectionist.

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      photography by anika alonzo

      September 26, 2012

      That shot of the LA lights I took that you like so much? ISO 25600. And f1.4. Embrace the noise! It’s your friend :) It gives the photo that warm and alice feeling :)

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    sarah {on the brightside...}

    September 26, 2012

    Well, I think that “film-y” look works really well for these! They are very beautiful!

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    Alyssa

    October 10, 2012

    I love these kind of shots! Beautiful :)

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