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Best Lighting Units for Real Estate photography in Under 3 Minutes

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Best Lighting Units for Real Estate photography in Under 3 Minutes

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. 

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Website Design for Real Estate Photography Beginners

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Website Design for Real Estate Photography Beginners


Websites are one of the most important marketing tools you can have as a business owner and operator. Real estate photography beginners can have trouble creating and designing their websites. In the video, I discuss the major topics you will need to tackle in order to create your website.  

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HEADSHOTS for Real Estate Photographers Made Easy

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HEADSHOTS for Real Estate Photographers Made Easy

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. 

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Best Real Estate Photography Equipment for Beginners

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Best Real Estate Photography Equipment for Beginners

Choosing equipment for real estate photography can be a difficult and stressful task. We are lucky enough to have quite a few choices, but which ones will perform and get us the biggest bang for our buck? With the advantage of dropping by my local camera store quite often, I list out what I find to be the absolute best and budget-minded gear for anyone who wants to get started in this business. 

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The Truth about Lying for Real Estate Photographers

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The Truth about Lying for Real Estate Photographers

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. 

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HOW TO START SHOOTING YOUR TWILIGHT EXTERIORS EARLIER

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HOW TO START SHOOTING YOUR TWILIGHT EXTERIORS EARLIER

Almost every twilight exterior we shoot, we are in a situation where we have set up our gear, and we are then waiting for the light levels on the inside and outside of a home to even out. In the video, I discuss a technique where you no longer have to wait for the light. You can create even levels of light yourself! 

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Rich Baum Question About Wacom Tablet Settings Answered

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Rich Baum Question About Wacom Tablet Settings Answered

Trying to give back a little to Rich Baum, who gives his time to moderate some very useful groups for interiors and real estate photographers. Rich had a question about how to control his brush size and flow with his Wacom Tablet wheel. The brush size was an easy one, but to control the flow requires a bit more finesse.

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