Completed and currently exporting from my computer is a course focused on a multitude of window lighting techniques. If you are looking for lighting inspiration, and want to move to that next level in your interiors photography career, look no further! I am extremely proud of this course, and I do not think anything like it exists on the market today. Please let me know if you have any questions, and thanks for stopping by!
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Everyone loves new gear. But when should we actually consider buying new gear, and when should we pass based on the purchase being a poor business decision?
Real estate photography techniques have come a long way in the last 10 years. People currently entering the field have a choice: to attempt to "get it all in the camera" (= a single-frame approach), or to use multiple frames to "composite" or "blend" their images together. In the video, I argue that the single frame approach is quickly becoming an outdated approach.
We're always on the lookout for great work, but who is actually producing the world's greatest real estate photographs? Without a doubt, for me, it is the Stockholm, Sweden based real estate brokerage Fantastic Frank. They employ scores of highly talented stylists and photographers, who appear to work together to create the preeminent work in the real estate photography field.
Jon recently requested an image critique with the following comment clipped from Youtube:
"Love the way you explain things Andrew. I used to do all my interiors using HDR with no lighting until I purchased your 1 light course, bought a powerful monolight and improved my images 100%. Friends and family tell me my images are amazing which is great for confidence but I think I would benefit more from a professional telling me where I could improve to get to the next level. So if you ever do any more of these videos please could you take a look at my portfolio on my website."
Jon is producing awesome images, especially his twilight exteriors. I attempt to make the case he may need to use a bit more artificial light in many cases...
Detail images are no doubt going to become increasingly important in the realm of real estate photography. Not only are they a way for you to differentiate yourself from much of your competition, but they are also a very good way to free yourself from the creative constraints we normally operate under. In the video, I discuss ways to add some interest to your real estate photography detail shots...
Just recently completed my One Light Real Estate Photography compositing tutorial. The course focuses on ways to keep your image quality high, while at the same time not being burdened by long shoots or post-processing sessions.
I start off the course discussing very simple concepts used in compositing such as what a mask is and how they work. The course culminates with an explanation of the lighting and post-processing of the image below.
More information on the course can be found on the course information page HERE.