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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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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 […]
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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 […]

HDR DNG's and Why You Should Use Them

11/06/2020
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Author: Colin Robertson What if I told you that you could dramatically increase the dynamic range of your camera's raw files? This might be old news to many of you, but I was recently reminded that there are a lot of folks who might not understand the difference between HDR and an HDR DNG. "I […]

6 Tips for the New Real Estate Photographer.

06/08/2019
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Bill from Texas writes: "I'm relatively new to real estate photography and I'm finding that the learning curve is very steep. I've been able to find plenty of information from numerous sources online, but there seems to be a lot of conflicting advice from what gear to use, to what technique is best, to how […]

Photoshop Technique: Using Color Blend Mode for Color Corrections

04/04/2019
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? When shooting interiors, we frequently run into problems associated with color contamination. Whether it's a strong color cast, glare on a glossy or reflective surface, or even stained or blemished flooring or furnishings, there's one trick I use all the time in my workflow to help me correct those issues: Color Blend Mode. The […]

POLL: What Is Your Main Lighting Technique for Real Estate Photography?

13/09/2018
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By: larry
A couple of days ago, I ran across Matthew Stallone's great little tutorial on HDR vs. Multiflash real estate photography. It made me think of how much real estate lighting techniques have changed over the past few years and how it may help someone starting out in this field to get a big picture overview […]

Summary of Color Correction Techniques by Nathan Cool

Tim in Orange County, California asks: What video tutorial do you recommend that shows you how to remove ugly color casts from white walls? The tutorial I like the best is this one by Nathan Cool. Nathan shows how to do it if you remembered to use a gray card and also if you forgot […]

What Are The Best Techniques For Post-exposure Modification of Over-bright Interior Lights?

23/11/2016
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Don asked about controlling light from over-bright bulbs: I wondered what the best techniques are for post-exposure modification of over-bright bulbs, lamps and other fixtures that show up as undifferentiated white blobs.  Obviously, I would rather avoid the problems by using bounced light, changing bulbs, or using a dimmer, but sometimes that isn't possible. What […]
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