March 9th, 2018


 Photography for Real Estate Exteriors – by Nathan Cool
 Photography for Real Estate Interiors – By Nathan Cool
 Advanced Editing for Real Estate Photography – By Nathan Cool
Julius Shulman who died at the age of 98 in July of 2009 for many was one of the greatest Architectural photographers ever. Shulman’s clients were architects like Richard Neutra, Raphaek Soriano and Frank Lloyd Wright. Shulman is kid of the Edward Weston of Architectural photography. Frank Lloyd Wright said Shulman was the best architectural photographer that he had ever worked with. Hows that for an endorsement?

Larry Lohrman

“You’re going to want a good Digital Asset management (DAM) system, and that should include key-wording your files. I’m not even going to touch the subject further, as Peter Krogh has covered in his fantastic book, The Dam Book: Digital Asset Management for Photographers.”

Scott Hargis

“I highly recommend John Harrington’s book, “Best Practices for Photographers.” Though it’s aimed more towards the established editorial/advertising/commercial photographer, there is tons of great stuff for RE shooters as well. Harrington is a real-deal pro photographer. Especially revealing and informative are the book’s many “case studies” covering a wide variety of topics where Harrington includes actual contracts and e-mail conversations with clients. His pricing policies and thoughts on getting paid what you deserve are enlightening. Example: instead charging late payment fees, he charges them up front and then discounts the client if they pay within 30 days. There are lots of little clever, but important, negotiating strategies like this in the book.”

Aaron Leitz

“There is a book that everyone in this genre/industry should read: The confused Photographers Guide to Spot Metering – fy Farzad. Iknow that once a person truly understands how their spot meter works they will get better results. I shot probably 85% of my website images with nothing more than an accurate exposure and looking at the scene to see what was important in the light values. No speedlights… no strobes… no reflectors… NOTHING. Getting the windows is not everything… Conveying the feeling is everything.”

M. James Northen

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