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 In the video, I argue that the single frame approach is quickly becoming an outdated approach.
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As a real estate photographer you will be asked to deliver headshots, whether you like it or not. It would be very ill-advised to pass up on these opportunities to provide your clients with what they need, and to built rapport. In the video, I discuss techniques for producing extremely simple, hassle-free headshots both indoors and out.
Is it ok to make a dark, dingy master bedroom to appear like it has warm, beautiful light streaming into the windows? Based on a premise from Oscar Wilde's "The Decay of Lying", I argue that all "bad" interiors photographs will depict the space how it is in reality. And that all well-done interiors photographs will depict the space in an idealized fashion, and as a result will be better able to stir emotion and create interest.