Discussion in 'Showcase - show us your work.' started by DerekHessett, Dec 15, 2013.
Nice work Derek what's the trim paint?
good stuff that derek
nice work must admit I,m a bit of an old luddite when it comes to woodwork I like oil gloss ok its out their I admit it get over it move on as for the leica its the one that I use and its spot on I picked mine up with the pole -best £200 notes for a long time
Lovely job Derek
Did you use LA paste out of interest, as I find it tends to make the paper very mushy, very quickly.
I didn't us LA paste I used Solvite ready mixed red lid. I found that as well with a test piece. Got the living room to do in January as well with a LA paper and some furniture to be painted.
Now that's how decorating should be done , first class
Really nice work Derek. The fact the client is booking you in for further rooms speaks volumes.
That's a crackin job mate, very tidy
Nice one, a lot of prep and it shows in the finish you have got.
Well in my previous existence I was/am a professional photographer so maybe I can help with tips if anyone needs them. Your problem in those pics is white balance - light has different colour tones so if you photograph in daylight in winter it's a different colour to summer and different to electric light etc. So to make white look white you need to tell the camera what kind of light is illuminating the scene. Not all cameras will have that facility but all DSLRs will. Ideally you want to set a custom white ballance on the camera but that's a bit more involved and you need to know what you're doing. Any help?
What do you use to take your pics? They come out well, is it a few stitched together?
Loving your your work mate, top professional job