Learning from the masters is one of the wisest things we can do as photographers. The lighting in the show "Peaky Blinders" is nothing short of spectacular, and I discuss some of the ways the cinematography team may shape, form and confine their light to produce such amazing an amazing and dramatic effect.
Cost of doing business is often the first thing that gets brought up in real estate photography pricing conversations. So, doesn't it stand to reason "cost of doing business" could be the common theme culprit creating low real estate photography pricing? In the video, I argue that this is in fact the case, and that perhaps an approach that is more independent of your CODB is best when setting your pricing.
Get started with your drone photography for real estate photography now! Start as a hobbyist, learn all you can, get your Part 107 license before you do any commercial work, and last but not least: choose the right drone (DJI Spark, Mavic Air, or perhaps Mavic Pro). That's what we'll go over in the video...
Are real estate photographers at the bottom of the barrel within the realm of architectural photography?
If you can save time and maintain quality you are able to earn more per hour as a photographer. In the video, I discuss 10 techniques real estate photographers can use in their onsite and post-processing to speed up their process.
Many real estate photographers are trying to begin using flash in their photographs, but taking that first step into buying the equipment can be a daunting one. In the video, I recommend lights that you can't go wrong with. Start out with a couple of speedlights and one of the recommended triggers, and work your way up to the bigger units as you feel necessary.
Learning how to use tripods, and what tripods to use for real estate photography is of paramount importance because this is the piece of equipment we are adjusting and moving from space to space all day. In the video, I discuss a technique that I regularly use that is especially helpful when shooting one-point-perspectives.
Tilt shift lenses are a specialized product and a very high price goes with them as a result. It is therefore paramount that we understand when we need them, and when we don't. In the video, I discuss when, and if, real estate photographers have a need for tilt shift lenses.
If you don't have a lot of experience photographing interiors, imagine how important a smoothly functioning tripod may be, and then multiply that by about 5 and I think you'll be somewhere close to the importance level of having a nice tripod. In the video, I discuss one of the best and most reasonably priced options available for anyone who is getting into real estate photography.
Setting a price point for your photography services can be one of the most hair-yanking-out experiences you will deal with. Yet, it really does not have to be overly complicated with just a couple of realizations.