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What's in a Luxury Real Estate Photography Gear Kit?

Published: 07/05/2018

This post is by Marc Weisberg. To see the complete post click here

Marc describes his business as follows:

In addition to servicing my clientele, I also run a series of workshops throughout the year in Southern California, Las Vegas, Arizona, New York City, and beyond. In the workshops, I teach photographers how to be better real estate photographers; how to work with off-camera lighting; how to composite and retouch, and how to make more money. The workshops are a rigorous 3 days of intense learning and a fun gathering of attendees from all over the country.

The majority of my photography clients are commercial and luxury real estate brokerages; multi-national firms who own, broker, or manage properties, home builders, high-end interior decorators, resort operators, and multi-national construction companies, whose projects range in the tens of millions to over a billion dollars. I’m fortunate to have the luxury of time on my side when embarking on my clients' photography projects. I often spend a half day, a full day, or multiple days on property creating magazine quality images for my clients. A key element is controlling and shaping light to bring out color, surface texture, and details of the architectural and living spaces. Because I composite my imagery, it’s not unheard of for me to shoot 400 RAW images on a half day shoot and 900 RAW images on a full day shoot.

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