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Often times when I am shooting, I prefer the convenience of a shoulder strap.  Other times I need the stability of a tripod. In the past, making this choice meant removing the strap to attach the tripod plate or at minimum detaching a strap to make room when connecting the tripod.  Well not anymore. Meet […]

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When shooting in high-contrast light, all photographers are faced with the unnatural color-shift of chromatic aberration, and likely well-acquainted with the notorious green or purple fringe lining the edges of objects in our images. Though a few tools to combat color aberration have been embedded in Adobe’s workflow for some time, cleaning up the lines in […]

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Having covered all the bases from shooting to add-ons, all that is needed now is a place for our gallery to call home. Today we’ll wrap-up our look at real estate photography by exploring a powerful virtual tour ally, and conclude with a few thoughts in regard to pricing. Virtual Tour Hosting I would encourage […]

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In the last couple of articles we’ve been discussing a few tips, techniques and insights into getting started with real estate photography. In part one, we covered exteriors shooting, moved inside for a closer look at interiors shooting in part two, and examined making floor plans. Today we’ll explore a few useful post-production tips that will make […]

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In the last few articles we’ve been discussing a few tips, techniques and insights into getting started with real estate photography. Now that we’ve covered shooting and processing, today we’ll venture into the world of add-on services with a look at floor plans. While one may think good images would be enough, adding a simple […]

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Editor’s Note: All gear for this post provided by our friends at LensRentals.com.  In the last article, Getting Started with Real Estate Photography – Exteriors, we discussed a basic approach to a typical real estate exteriors shoot plus all the gear I used and rented from LensRentals.com. Today, we’ll get into interiors shooting and run […]

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One excellent way for a photographer to get established in the local market is to consider adding real estate work to the portfolio. While real estate photography can certainly encompass large commercial and resort-scale projects, here we’re going to focus on the more common kind of residential MLS (Multiple Listing Service) imagery we’re all used […]

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