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Need help capturing the properties views1705

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Attached is the scan that I did of an oceanfront condo. We would like to somehow capture the views from the entire apartment through the windows. I have no photography experience and limited knowledge, so I need a little help!

My partner thinks that something can be adjusted with the camera and I think that the photos need to be taken closer to dusk. We are seeking the communities opinions.

Tour: https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=Vx7m7FNxf5a

Actual View (professionally photographed):

Matterport View

Looking forward to any advice that you can provide.


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360Verbeelding private msg quote post Address this user
Hi,MP doesn't handle bright sunlight very well. In fact its best to stay out of the sun. Best shoots are taken in the afternoon. Just experiment. Grtz Rene.
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AllenThompson private msg quote post Address this user
Thanks Rene,

We are going to try again in the evening, this shot was done between 12:30 and 2:30 p.m. on a westerly facing unit.
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GarySnyder private msg quote post Address this user
Once the sun is above so you can't see any of the sun or better yet behind the unit your shooting from you should have no problem capturing the ocean view
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ron0987 private msg quote post Address this user
Since the unit is facing the west you might also try early in the morning, this should put the deck in the shade and the water in the sun. Depending how big the unit is you might only need to re-scan the window area only. If you could scan both times and post both to see which worked best evening or morning.

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AllenThompson private msg quote post Address this user
My Dyslexia set in, this unit faces East. I do understand the concept and am scheduling another time to scan the property that may deliver better results. I will post what I get.
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