December 29th, 2010
Here is a slide show of some of my 2010 favorites from the PFRE flickr pool. Be sure to click the full screen button for maximum effect.
Looking at a slide show like this I can’t help but marvel at the number of people doing top notch professional level work.
For those of you that missed the post I did on Crowd Accelerated Innovation back in September of this year be sure to check it out and take a look at Chris Anderson’s Ted video that explains the dynamics of what goes on in this type of worldwide online group where people share, discuss and compare their work in an area of common interest.
I also want to point out what a valuable learning experience participating in this group can be. I get feedback from people all the time on what a great way this is to learn about real estate photography. The latest example is Andy Fame’s story. Andy attributes his success at moving his interior photography skills, in two years time, from average to shooting $5M+ estates and then to landing large significant shoots like the Cakewalk and others to the collective collaboration and learning environment of the PFRE flickr group.