Archive for the 'Photo Editing' Category

What Is the Most Efficient Way to Do an Intensive Amount of Photoshop Work?

April 10th, 2018

Mike in Florida says: My question concerns post-processing automation. The process I use is flash plus ambient based, and the results are very good. As I have refined my process, I have done quite a bit of automation within Photoshop. But there are repetitive actions that I do for every job that I would really […]

How to Create Maps for Raw Land Listings

April 4th, 2018

Mike in Seattle says: I am taking on more and more raw land. I love it but I struggle with a good way to represent it. has an OK platform but I am not thrilled with it. Any suggestion for interactive platforms? I am a drone operator so I’ve got the aerial photos covered […]

Anthony Turnham Describes His Proofing before Delivery Technique

March 30th, 2018

How Should Real Estate Photographers Calibrate Their Monitor?

March 22nd, 2018

Last week I got two questions (Justin and Patrick) on the subject of how should I calibrate my monitor for real estate photography? Here is Justin’s: I haven’t seen a lot of talk about monitor calibration on your site and was wondering if anyone has any recommendations when it comes to post-processing. At this time, […]

Outsourcing – Take Back Your Evenings and Weekends.

March 6th, 2018

This topic always seems to be controversial. There are strong opinions on both sides of the fence but despite our individual point of view, I think most of us can agree that there is a place for outsourcing in our industry. With that said, I’d like to share my experience in the hopes that it […]

How to Clean up Wrinkles in Photoshop.

March 3rd, 2018

?Don in Florida asks: What’s the best way to smooth out wrinkles in bedding, curtains, etc.? Rich Baum has a video tutorial that answers this question directly but while we’re on the topic, if you aren’t already familiar with the power of frequency separation do yourself a favor and check out this video from Aaron […]

Are Verticals Important When Shooting Real Estate Drone Shots?

February 21st, 2018

Dave in California asked: Are the verticals on drone images suppose to be the same as the verticals taken at ground level. That is, how important is it to keep verticals vertical as in other areas of real estate photography? My take on this question is that if the drone image (still) is being used […]

How to Shoot and Edit a Twilight Exterior Shot – by Oliver Pohlmann

February 16th, 2018


How Do Real Estate Photographers Eliminate Shadows from Ceiling Fans?

February 12th, 2018

?Steven in New Jersey asks: How do I eliminate the upward light shadow caused by ceiling fan blades onto the ceiling? Rich Baum explains in the video tutorial to the right how to remove the shadow in Photoshop. But you can also quickly and easily eliminate ceiling fan shadows by the way you position multiple […]

Photoshop CC’s New Subject Selection Feature May Speed Up Sky Replacements

February 2nd, 2018


Speeding Up Your Workflow by Using Luminosity Masks – by Kerry Bern

January 26th, 2018

Is There a Benefit in Getting TIFFs Back from Post-Processing Vendors?

January 18th, 2018

Dave in California asked: After you edit your RAW images do you save as TIFF or JPG? Is there any advantage to using TIFF and not JPG? I use professional editing services and they deliver JPGs. But I’m thinking of changing that to TIFF. My first answer to Dave was: Yes, if a post-processing vendor sends […]

Lightroom and Photoshop: The Most Popular Photo Editing Software with Real Estate Photographers

January 15th, 2018

Max recently asked: Which photo editing program do you recommend for real estate photography? I would rather purchase one as opposed to monthly use of Photoshop. Do I need more than one program? I am well equipped and have started in some advance editing and shooting in RAW. I am using Adobe Elements but it […]

Window Pull in Darken Mode – In-depth Expanded Tutorial by Rich Baum

January 5th, 2018

Luminar Gets Closer to Being a Lightroom Alternative!

November 19th, 2017

?Back in March of this year, I pointed out that Luminar was on track to becoming an alternative to Adobe Lightroom. Last week, an update for Luminar was released (called Luminar 2018) which adds a lot of features to Luminar. Two key features that real estate photographers need are now in Luminar: