Archive for the 'Guest blog' Category

The Importance of Distinguishing Features & Benefits When Marketing Your Photography.

March 25th, 2018

By Tony Colangelo In a recent PFRE poll, readers were asked which topics would be most useful to them in future posts. The results of the poll found that one the dominant wishes was to get more info on “the business of RE photography.” When I read that, the first thing that came to mind […]

5 Tips for Making the Most of Interviews in Property Video

June 2nd, 2017

This is a guest post by Hamish Beeston a former producer and director of over 30 documentaries for primetime BBC One, BBC Two, and National Geographic and Discovery Channel. Hamish is a PFRE video contest juror. On-screen interviews in your real estate film can really lift its impact, in terms of information imparted and emotional […]

Real Estate Photography Is a Combination of Photojournalism and Documentary Photography

May 10th, 2017

This is a guest post by Michael Yearout of Breckenridge, Colorado. I have come to believe property photography (be it architectural, real estate, rental management, interior decorator, builder or designer) could be considered a combination of photojournalism and documentary photography. The traditional definition of photojournalism is defined as a unique and powerful form of visual storytelling originally […]

A Foolproof Digital Workflow for the Professional Real Estate Photographer

April 28th, 2017

This is a guest post by Marc Weisberg of Irvine, CA. Marc is giving a workshop in NYC, June 5th and 6th. Having a foolproof digital post production backup system for architectural and real estate photographers is essential. Below, is a detailed look at the workflow and post production system we use at our studio. We’ve […]

Losing Control of your Copyrights on Social Media

January 13th, 2016

This is a guest post by Joel Rothman of Schneider Rothman Intellectual Property Law Group, PLLC. It seems innocent enough. Your interior designer client has posted one of your beautiful photographs of her latest installation to her Instagram account. The photo highlights your client’s design of an expansive living room with vaulted ceiling and massive […]

More About The Best Business Practices For Real Estate Photographers Online Class

January 4th, 2016

Hi – I’m Suzanne Feinberg from PowerVision360 where I create online professional development courses for photographers. We concentrate on best business practices and our first course this year begins January 18, 2016. In this course we cover four basic areas: Effective Social Communication Polishing your Website Legal and Other Liabilities Packaging, Pricing, and Profit Today, […]

Announcing The Best Business Practices For Real Estate Photographers Online Class

December 28th, 2015

This is a guest post by Suzanne Feinberg, a PFRE coach, who is announcing her new business class for real estate photographers. As the year draws to an end, we should all be thinking about how successful 2015 has been and what we would do differently in 2016. If there was one improvement I think […]

Review Of New Nikon D750 – By Oliver Zielinski In Berlin

September 30th, 2014

Guest post by Oliver M. Zielinski: Just in time with this year’s Photokina Nikon has announced its new camera D750. Finally, this gear combines features real estate photographers have been waiting for. What are the camera’s advantages for architectural photography? We have examined the main new features of the Nikon D750 which are important for […]

Professional Real Estate Photos are an Investment For A Listing Agents Business

September 28th, 2014

PFRE blog reader Terry Iverson, in Redmond, OR, recently wrote the following post on his ActiveRain blog. We are reposting it here because it got such a positive response from Realtors on ActiveRain. 7 Reasons why Agents should retire their camera Think of it as buying a lottery ticket. It is a small risk to pay […]

Guest Blog: Featuring Allan MacKenzie

February 1st, 2009

Allan and Lisa MacKenzie are Area Franchisers for South Brisbane, AU. Allan has completed video training at the Queensland School of Film & Television. Allan and Lisa are introducing video to their agents. After seeing Allan’s videos that he posted to the PFRE flickr group I asked Allan to do a guest post on […]