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Archives for: "real estate photography"

9 Ways to Prepare Your Home for Sale

Jun 26 Tanya Mayer 0

Selling your home is a big deal, on a financial, organizational, and often emotional level. It isn’t merely a question of listing a house with a real estate agency and sticking a ‘For Sale’ sign outside – there are many other factors to be considered. Before you […]

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7 Tips for Corporate Event Photography That Isn’t Boring

Mar 19 Sean Lockwood 1

It’s not easy to shoot great photos of corporate and business events. Business people socializing at an event, well, that is not so inspiring. When you have boring pictures that says something about your brand, too. You know, people rely heavily on photos when they form opinions. […]

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5 Reasons Why your Business Needs Professional Photos

Nov 26 Sean Lockwood 2

If you own a business, you’re probably aware that managing expenses keep your operations going. And the bigger the business the harder it gets. You must think about marketing, payroll and inventory expenses. The actual list is longer, but these are some major money-eating items. It’s rather […]

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It’s a tiny world: how lens ball photography works

Sep 18 Sean Lockwood 0

Have you seen all those cool photos on Instagram that seem to be taken through a crystal ball? Did you wonder what sort of wizardry is this? Well, we have some good news for you— this is a trend that is inexpensive and simple to try out. […]

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Portraits of a building: how to snap the best photo

Dec 3 Julia E. Miller 0

Photographing architecture is not as simple as it seems. One must pay close attention to symmetry, perspective, and lighting before pushing the button. And not be afraid to emphasize details. Does the building have a particular architectural style? Capture it, but not in a classic, greeting card […]

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How to earn money in real estate photography

Sep 14 Julia E. Miller 2

Getting into real estate photography might seem less troublesome than other genres. There are no crying babies you have to settle, no fake wedding smiles to capture or long hours waiting for the perfect sunset. All is still and quiet in a house. Walls tell no sad […]

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Fake it ‘til you make it! How to create a pseudo HDR effect

Aug 1 Julia E. Miller 1

HDR, or High Dynamic Range, is the Holy Grail of photography. We talked earlier about how every professional photographer seems to have an opinion about this type of photographic practice and why non-professionals are totally in love with it. While we let them further debate on this […]

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Refine your HDR photos: tips and tricks

Jul 21 Julia E. Miller 1

When it comes to HDR photography, everybody seems to have an opinion. While some photographers call it a valuable instrument, others frown at its often kitsch results. Nevertheless, its utility cannot be overlooked when it comes to shooting photos with a wide range of tone. No camera […]

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Let’s Shed Some Light on Aperture and Shutter Speed

Jan 10 Julia E. Miller 1

Light and illumination are the pillars of photography. Actually, if we were to make a top of elements that define photography, light would have to come first, because without it illumination isn’t even possible. Your camera reacts to light the same way or very much similar to […]

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The easy way to create an amazing panorama

Nov 23 Olivia Kosta 2

A fantastic property, to die-for interior design and top of the line accessories. Everything was impeccably prepared for the photo shoot: natural light in abundance, carpets cleaned, cushions puffed, no pets and not a single speck of dust anywhere to be seen. While I happily clicked my […]

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