Marc Weisberg’s Mastering Luxury Real Estate Photography Workshop Feb 5th, 6th and 7th 2018 in Southern California

November 3rd, 2017

Marc Weisberg, a luxury real estate photographer, and Sony Artisan will be conducting a three-day intensive workshop on mastering luxury real estate photography in Irvine California on Feb 5th, 6th & 7th, 2018.

For full details and to sign up click here.

This three-day intensive workshop is for photographers looking to fast track themselves to creating powerful and compelling real estate and architectural imagery. Marc will cover everything you’ll need to know over three intense days of learning to create images like you see on his website. He’ll go over what gear: cameras, lenses, primes, zooms and Tilt/Shift lenses, grip gear, lighting, light shaping tools, software, and postproduction techniques he uses and why and how to use them. It doesn’t matter what camera system you use, as long as you have a DSLR or mirrorless camera that you know your way around: Canon, Nikon, Fuji, Olympus, and Sony are all fine. We’ll also be covering business strategies from client acquisition to client delivery, contracts and licensing of imagery. Here is a recent film that Sony produced on Marc’s use of the 70-200 f/2.8 GM in New York City.

Also, notice that Marc is now a PFRE coach. If you’d like to do one-on-one coaching with him contact Marc via the PFRE coaching page.

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2 Responses to “Marc Weisberg’s Mastering Luxury Real Estate Photography Workshop Feb 5th, 6th and 7th 2018 in Southern California”

  • I was looking to get some training for my real estate photography business. I googled this guy and found him on yelp. Went through the reviews and realized three days with him will be hell. OMG!!! I respect this blog and it’s suggestions, but clearly promoting this guy and his workshop is not the best idea…

    Here is the link to his yelp reviews. Horror! Brace yourself!

    Link removed by Larry **Moderator**

  • @Tudor – I would not judge anyone by Yelp reviews. Yelp is notorious for not verifying reviews. In fact, I feel obligated to remove your link to Yelp reviews. I would suggest a better way to get feedback on Marc’s workshops is to talk to people that have been to past workshops. Just contact Marc and I’m sure he will give anyone references to talk to.

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