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Author: Tony Colangelo While many photographers rely heavily on social media to market themselves, I believe there is still plenty of value in having a dedicated website with great photo galleries. There are far too many benefits of having a strong web ...

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For over a decade, photographers from around the world have participated in PFRE’s monthly photography contests, culminating in the year-end crowning of PFRE’s Photographer of the Year. With a new theme each month and commentary offered by some of the finest real estate & interior photographers anywhere, these contests offer a fun, competitive environment with rich learning opportunities. 

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Peoria Real Estate Photographer Files Lawsuit Against Local MLS

05/07/2020
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Most of you who've been following the PFRE Blog for a while will recognize the name Mike Boatman. Mike has been an outspoken advocate for image registration and usage rights enforcement, and has authored a number of engaging and informative articles on the topic. Mike recently filed a formal lawsuit against his local MLS so […]
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July POTM and VOTM Contests Now Open + Rule Updates

The July PFRE Photographer of the Month and Videographer of the Month contests are now open. The theme this month for still photos is master ensuite and the June video entries have been rolled into the July contest. As most of you already know, we have made some changes to the way entries are submitted […]

PFRE Conference 2020 Announcement

27/06/2020
As many of you know, last year we hosted the first-ever PFRE Conference at Southpoint Resort, in Las Vegas, Nevada. This was a risky and ambitious venture, but when everything was said and done, we believe that the event was a great success. There was plenty of excitement in Las Vegas with much learning, inspiration, […]

Congratulations Teri Fotheringham! June 2020 PFRE Photographer of the Month

25/06/2020
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Congratulations to Darren Asay from Orange County, CA; May 2020 Photographer of the Month! The theme this month was detail shot. With 48 entries from around the world, Darren's entry was the clear favorite..

Shoot and Edit a Room in Under 90 Seconds

This process is a slight oversimplification of my typical real estate photography workflow but for the most part, it's the approach I take 90% of the time. I've used this method to shoot thousands of homes in my own market and have been fortunate to test it on much larger homes around North America. In […]

The Importance of Setting Boundaries

A little while ago, PFRE contributor, Tacey Jungmann, asked a series of questions on the PFRE Discussion Group related to a very relevant topic: Boundaries. Specifically, Tacey asked: What are the boundaries you've established that have helped your business?  Where do you struggle to enforce boundaries?  Does boundary-setting paint you as "difficult to work with?"  […]

Basic Tips for Maintaining Speed, Efficiency, and Consistency

 "Brandon, over the past few years, I've read that you shoot several homes per day. I've become increasingly busy and I think I have the capacity to do more and make more money. So I have a couple of quick questions for you. First, how much gear do you actually bring to a shoot? I'm assuming that […]

Flying Drones and Cranky Neighbors

09/06/2020
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There was a recent question posted on PFRE’s Community page that I’d like to put out to all of you as I think it’s very relevant to our industry: “I have a home that needs aerial photos and would like a nice sunny exposure on the front, but the sun is only on the front […]

Welcome to PFRE 2.0

After almost two years of planning, designing and development, PFRE 2.0 is finally here! I hope you will all take some time to explore the site and share any feedback you have. When we set out to redesign PFRE we had three main goals in mind: Update the overall look and feel of the site […]

Congratulations Darren Asay! May 2020 PFRE Photographer of the Month

24/05/2020
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Congratulations to Darren Asay from Orange County, CA; May 2020 Photographer of the Month! The theme this month was detail shot. With 48 entries from around the world, Darren's entry was the clear favorite..
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