Now we are really getting into the tough techniques. This should be used as a last resort when you feel like you can't take from other areas of the image, and you need to clone something out that is complex.
Many times our cameras show up in bathroom mirrors. If you simply just can't get your camera out of the way, or there is a complex surface behind the camera making cloning difficult, there is another way...
Sometimes we literally cannot clone something. In this video I discuss a technique that can make an impossible clone job a breeze.
Can you do a window pull? Should you do a window pull? These are two entirely different questions.
Could this actually be true? Is soft light really bad light for real estate photography. Well, it may not be a simple "yes or no" question, but I bet the answer will surprise you.
Why in the heck are you using so many lights for your real estate photography images? That's is what we are delving into today.
I am very proud to announce a new, comprehensive course for anyone wanting to get started or improve their efficiency in the real estate photography genre. I have been producing this course full-time over the last four months, and I have put a lot of thought and care into everything I feel photographers need to get into this field. Please check out the information page for the course, link below.
If you have a client who is having trouble with a zip file, feel free to link the video to help them access their files.
Pay onsite or net 30 for real estate photographers? It is not even a question, one of the options is so much better than the other...
Review of Adorama's version of Amazon Prime: The VIP 360 Program.