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Selecting the best all-around lens from so many available alternatives might be difficult depending on your photographing style and budget. This article will help you choose the best all-around lens for Nikon helping you improve in shooting real estate images.

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2 comments on “Entry 109”

  1. More classy work from Lauren. You clearly have an excellent eye. The image quality / music work well with the style of property. Great mix of wides, close-ups and mid shots. It's tricky to get mid shots right in an RE video but here they have an effective mood reminiscent of interiors still photography. To improve? It's verticals again - get them right and the whole thing will feel even more classy. Also I would work the symmetry angle more. Question re the 'Lauren Engel film' title. Are client's happy for this credit? I ask as I find it rare to be allowed an on-screen credit - particularly at the beginning - in UK commercial video work.

  2. A yummy home and video. Well done. Great edit and the overall appeal is fantastic. I feel it's missing one good wide shot of the front of the home. If one is looking for a mid-century modern home it's the classic exterior lines is what we're looking for. I miss that. I wanted a little drone shot as well to set the surroundings. Still, it's a great video.

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