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Eight Resources for Learning Real Estate Photography – This Blog’s Mission

October 9th, 2017

I was just putting up a link at the top of the blog that links to the “8 Resources Page” when I realized that I’ve never explained the page, so here’s the explanation. The mission of this blog is as it says up on the banner “Helping Real Estate Photographers Be Successful“. The 8 resources […]

How Can You Determine if Your Interior Images Are Properly Exposed while on Site?

August 6th, 2017

Ryan in California asks: I was wondering how you would suggest I shoot a whole house without editing until I get home. Currently I have to retake shots after editing on site after making sure they are exposed correctly. Should I shoot bracketed shots from the dark to light? Like 9 shots total for each […]

How To Do Basic Twilight Exterior Real Estate Shots

December 4th, 2016

Rhett recently asked: I was wondering if you have anything on doing exterior nighttime photography. settings etc. I use a Nikon d7000 and a tripod but need some good settings to capture great photos. What times do you usually like to capture photos? Doing twilight exterior shots is super important in real estate because a twilight […]

What Is The Best Focal Length For Shooting Interiors?

November 6th, 2016

Aaron in OH asked: Today’s post brought up a question about wide angle lens’ and video that I have. Basically, what is the best focal length for filming video of interiors? I shoot stills with a Sony A7ii and Sony 10-18 mm (15-27mm FF). I film video with the Osmo Pro (X5) and the Olympus […]

What Is Good Interior Photography Suppose To Look Like?

October 5th, 2016

Larry in Pennsylvania asked: Nearly all the nice photos I see on the Flickr site are constructed by “brushing in ambient (blending layers). Rick Baum has a number of YouTube videos which show the “process” of him brushing in the ambient to his flash layer in order to get rid of unwanted shadows or to […]

How To Do Basic Twilight Exterior Real Estate Shots

June 26th, 2016

Rhett recently asked: I was wondering if you have anything on doing exterior nighttime photography. settings etc. I use a Nikon d7000 and a tripod but need some good settings to capture great photos. What times do you usually like to capture photos? Doing twilight exterior shots is super important in real estate because a twilight […]

Getting Started In Real Estate Photography Questions from Romania

November 5th, 2015

Daniel in Romania asked the following questions: I recently opened a real estate agency and looking to buy a DSLR kit. I was looking to buy D7200 with the Nikkor 10-24mm, a tripod and a flash. I’m taking a photo class to learn but we mostly learn how to use the camera for portrait photo […]

8 Steps To Learning Real Estate Photography

August 24th, 2015

Last week Liz in Texas said: I am interested in taking a workshop on Real Estate Photography. I am in Texas, there are evening short workshops in Austin at Precision camera. I am more interested in totally immersing myself in learning the elements of RE Photography. FYI, I do have a degree in photography from […]