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.
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A good assortment of high quality sky plates is very important for any real estate or interiors photographers to have. In the video, I discuss ways you can shoot high quality sky plates that will give you as many options as possible in the years to come.
We're often too lazy to grab a gray card or a CTO gel when we are in need of them. This video discusses ways you will never have to go without either of these two items again, even if you forget them!
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.
Twilight exteriors for real estate can run anywhere from 50 to 100 dollars per photo. Yet, on any given day, we are only able to shoot a single twilight image in the evening, and perhaps one in the morning. In the video, I discuss a technique where we can produce very convincing twilight exteriors that were shot in the middle of the day. And, the best part is, the lighting for the images can be done in under 10 minutes.