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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 249”

  1. This sort of looks like a day to dusk shot, which I'm not always crazy about. What is to the left? It looks like the rocks go down into some water? Why not show more of the water?

  2. Hi Jenn

    Hope all is well with you and thanks for your valued feedback.

    I agree with your comments about the purity of a Day to dusk/night photos, however click through rates can be increased up to 300-400% on UK portals- hence why I edited this way.

    With regard to your other point... I Ran out of jetty to get any further back/away from property to get water view and my swimming with a 40' pole isn't so good lol!

    Keep safe and well!

    Kind regards Stu

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