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Using Wideangle Focal Lengths With Restraint For Interior Photography

September 8th, 2013

Simon Maxwell, our man in London, just finished a nice tutorial on using your ultra wide angle lens with restraint. A wide angle lens is essential for shooting real estate, but an ultra wide angle lenses can be abused. When I first got my first real wide angle lens (a Canon 16-35mm on a Canon […]

Compositional Lines In Real Estate Photography

November 7th, 2012

Shane Law from the Sydney, AU area has written an interesting post on his blog on the subject of compositional lines. Shane’s post reminds me of the wonderful lectures my art history professor at University of Oregon used to give. She would discuss how the famous artists intended to have the viewers eye move through […]

Real Estate Photography vs Interior Photography

September 18th, 2012

Shane Law of Sydney sent me a link to a post he did recently on the difference between real estate photography and Interior Photography. Shane shoots both real estate photography and interior photography so he probably thinks about this more than most of us. This distinction between real estate photography and interior photography may seem […]

Composition For Interiors Tutorial By Scott Hargis

August 15th, 2011

Scott Hargis posted a great tutorial on his blog today on composition for interiors. Malia Campbell shot the video for the tutorial. I think this is a clever way to talk about and illustrate photo composition. Malia frames the shot with video that Scott is talking about while Scott walks around in the video pointing […]

Composition In Real Estate Photography

June 28th, 2009

Photographic composition is a slippery subject. On the one hand, some like to codify it with a list of rules that if followed will lead to success. On the other hand, some say, “there are no rules, you know it when you see it.” I think this latter point of view comes from the fact […]

In Pursuit of The Money Shot

August 22nd, 2008

In real estate photography there’s one shot that is as important as all the others put together. It’s also called the primary exterior shot. Most MLS’s require it to be an exterior shot. It’s the shot that grabs the buyers attention and motivates them to look at the home in more detail.

Shoot From An Angle That Shows Essential Features of a Room

July 6th, 2007

The following two photos by William C Hutton, Jr are posted in the flickr photogroup and are of the same bedroom. I was leaving a comment for William on the shot below that I thought a shot that showed the head-board end of the bed when I noticed that he already had such a shot […]

Image Editing Services For Real Estate Agents

November 9th, 2006

Last week I talked to John Durrant who recently launched www.doctor-photo.co.uk. I’ve been so busy with moving to Oregon that I’m just now getting around to writing a post about it. John is aiming at providing image editing services for UK Real Estate agents although I’m sure John would do image editing for real estate […]