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A Video Ad For Real Estate Photography

Published: 27/02/2008
By: larry

Here's a nice little ad for real estate photography that reader Gary K Meyer sent me. This video is from the site: openhouse NYC: FLOORPLAN. I don't have much background, but it sure is a nice little ad. Thanks for the link Gary!

11 comments on “A Video Ad For Real Estate Photography”

  1. Thanks Larry, I have 2 of them in the cupboard, A sales rep gave them to me to try out, I never ended up using them. I might try the out.

  2. [...] tip for the below video to Larry Lohrman at Photography for Real Estate. Just a short video on the importance of real estate photography, but well [...]

  3. Yes, that's a Gary Fong difuser. I've been using one for some time for doing portraits of agents. It really helps reduce the harshness of the flash. Had not thought of using it for interiors.

    I've been using some "Omni-Bounce Units" from Sto-Fen Products to mimic a bounce flash in large homes with very high ceilings, often constructed of wood or painted a color other than white or off-white. They work quite well. I'd recommend them if you're shooting these types of homes. Sto-Fen's address is if you interested in taking a look. They are also pretty inexpensive.

  4. The Diffusers really cut down on the flash range. I feel like I can throw light 15 - 20 feet with a 550ex. With a diffuser it is definitely under 10 ft. What Nikon Lense is that? The lens looks fisheye at the end.

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